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VR1000-100nn
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Hi. I don't really know where to post this, but I tried to contact the HP Support about a problem with my VR Headset (HP Mixed Reality, code VR1000-100), but it says the site is "under maintainance". It's been like this for a week, and I would really like to talk to someone about the issue.

Problem:

One of my controllers (the right one) suddenly had something loose inside that's causing problems, it didn't get phisically damaged or anything. I was playing Beat Saber when it started making a weird noise, like something moving inside, i think a piece of something is moving, getting stuck in the triggers.

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I'll ask one of the HP Moderators to see if someone can contact you instead.

They will most likely send you a private message here on the forum.

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