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    Airtionics Radiant radio programing

    I have an olderAirtronics Radiant programable radial that doesn't seem to hold the program. I program it for my Me-163 since it is a delta wing. I come back a day or 2 later and it has reverted back to its original program. Anyone have a manual for this radio thatthey would be willing to share some info.....or better yet help me to program the radio?

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    RE: Airtionics Radiant radio programing

    I can't be sure but I would guess that this Tx is one of the older ones that required a "keep alive cell" to maintain memory while the Tx is turned off. You can take the back off and look for a coin sized button cell soldered into a circuit board. It probably needs replacing.
    I ran into the same situation with a fifteen year old AT Quasar Tx and replacing the button cell returned the Tx to proper operation.
    RJ

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    RE: Airtionics Radiant radio programing

    RJ, I kinda thought that could be the problem also and since I dont knowthe circuitry but I would think that if the ani battery is fine, wouldnt that keep the programn alive?

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    RE: Airtionics Radiant radio programing

    No, the Tx battery (9.6 Volts) is disconnected from all circuitry when the on/off switch is in the off position........RJ

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    RE: Airtionics Radiant radio programing

    RJ, once again I believe your riht. I will be checking the mother board to see if I can see/find that battery

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    RE: Airtionics Radiant radio programing

    It happened to me once on my Radiant, memory battery needs to be replaced, as simple as that

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    RE: Airtionics Radiant radio programing

    I guess I need to see if Airtronics still has them.....

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    RE: Airtionics Radiant radio programing

    A copy of the manual can be downloaded here:

    http://rcheliguy.com/global/airtroni...H%20Manual.pdf

    -Farrell

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    RE: Airtionics Radiant radio programing

    THANKS fARRELL, I have been looking for thi manual.Right there in the addendum ittells you to send it back fr battery replacement every 3 yrs


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