Hi Sparky, bummer deal , but I'm going to say without knowing all the details this is not a radio problem per se. It's user error, take that gently please
As I said I don't know the history, but when putting in a new RX into another ship and having the servo's connected to there surfaces we take a chance.
A servo saver is usually reserved for an RC car steering servo so they don't get broken in crashes. There not typicaly used on an aircraft.
In this case with what you have said, I would have...
1 started with a clean slate on the TX.
2. Bound it to the TX no soervo's attached.
3. removed all of the servo arms and then connected them to the RX.
4. Verified the direction of travel for each servo, adjusted as needed
5.reconnected the arms and carefully moved the servo's checking for binding and EPA, Hi/Low limit adjustments.
fortunetly all you need are a couple gear sets.
I've seen this happen to other flyers that got a used plane and put there RX in and or just bound up to the RX installed.
BTW do you know about the SD-10G thread on RC Groups? it's here http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...29192&page=295