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Rackets and the clicking noise near the cone

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tonner, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. tonner

    tonner Regular Member

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    Hello, i recently just purchased a ti-10 (new color) and when i swing the rackets or bend it slightly, there is a clicking noise around the cone. What should i do? what will happen to the racket? anyone else have this problem?
    Plus i am a hard hitter if that helps.
    thanks
     
  2. LazyBuddy

    LazyBuddy Regular Member

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    If newly purchased with warranty, try to exchange from the shop or Yonex CAN. There're ways to fix if yourself, but if under warranty, exchange a new one is the best solution. ;)
     
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    agree with lazybuddy, this is a common problem with yonex racquets and its basically the wood under the cone cracked. Theres an entire thread on it if you'd like to read about it.
     
  4. tonner

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    Thanks guys.. well uhmm.. do you think i shud continue playign with the racket though? like would anything happen?
     
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    Hey..... it happens to me also.
    but mine, you have to bend it hard.
    And guess, it is also Ti-10 but old model.
    for regular play I couldn't hear the sound.
     
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    The longer you wait, the less chance you get it replaced. Try to do it asap. ;)
     

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