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David Marks 101/07/2020 20:27:36
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Many thanks - Dave

David Marks 104/07/2020 16:01:00
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Dave - Sorry to be a pain in the whatsit especially on Super Saturday. I am having no joy at all regarding setting up the Action P94 Dual ESC/Mixer. I am trying to set up Mode 3 using a Planet 7 Tx and corresponding Rx. Mode switch is set correctly at 1 OFF and 2 ON. Connection to Steering Servo is on H1, with the lead marked T connected to THR on the Rx. I have tried the lead marked S on AIL, ELV and RUD in turn all without success. By moving the R/H stick side to side there is small intermittent movement of the twin rudders. I cannot achieve any movement of the props. The nearest that I achieve is a mild glow on the LEDs fitted to the P95 Indicator Boards. Any clues please? My only thought is that the Planet 7 may not be compatible with the P94. Thank you in advance - Regards David Marks

Dave Milbourn04/07/2020 16:09:56
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PM sent. I think we shoud continue this privately.

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