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Old 09-05-2011, 07:08 AM
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Can any one tell me if the Antenna on the 92104 (10 channel FHSS3) reciever replaceable? I have a new one that I recieved with my sd 10g that has kinks in both of them from setting in the box. Only thing I can think is they sat wierd or something. Any way, they are causing some crazy interferance & wierd things to happen in the model and I can't trust it to fly it. If they are replaceable what part # are they?
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Old 09-05-2011, 07:14 AM
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Yes, they can be replaced quite easily. They simply snap into place (you must open up the receiver case).

The part number is 490027. Here's a link: http://www.airtronics.net/index.php/...-t01-5503.html

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Old 10-19-2011, 10:14 PM
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I had a friend accidentally snip one the antennae on my 10 Ch Rx. I sold him an airframe ,and asked him to remove my Rx for me. Should have done it myself [:@].

After contacting Atx service, I ordered two new antennae. One to use as a replacement, and one for a spare for the future. Installation was impressively straightforward. Dissasemble Rx case by gently pushing tangs with a popsicle stick, lift out old antenna base and wire with a bent paperclip, slide in the new one. No soldering required.

Great Rx design by Atx. When the Rx case is re-assembled, the antenna base cannot pop out of it's housing. It is "locked" in place by a moulded protrusion in the Rx case top.


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