Looking for advice here ..... Last weekend I was pulling out of our dock with the Axius joystick. Everything was fine while backing. When we cleared the slip, I pushed the joystick slightly forward to stop our rearward movement and spun the joystick to port in order to spin the bow. As soon as I did this the bow immediately lunged forward and to starboard pinning the bow against the dock. The joystick was not responsive, so I abandoned it for the levers. I tried both levers and could not stop the spinning to starboard and forward motion. After "pin balling our way down our channel, we were able to get fended off and pulled by rope into an open slip. I ended up shutting down engines and opting for the "catch our lines" approach since there was no real control. After being towed back to our dock and tied, I again tried starting both engines. The starboard was normal, but the port immediately moves the boat forward as soon as started, so it is clearly stuck in gear. Both levers are in the neutral position and both are also showing lit as in neutral. No error messages on the VesselView4 for port engine at all, even now. This is scary in tight quarters, even more so without warning or any error message now. Has anyone ever heard anything like this? Also, how do you regain trust in the Axius? I would've killed for a normal set of levers here.