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    I need some info on binding, does anyone know if you can bind a spectrum DX6 to one of the orange RX. I tried but it doesn't seem to bind. Thanks for any info you can offer.
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    RE: binding

    Sorry if it's a silly question, but it is a DSM2 Orange Rx and not a FASST Rx that your trying to bind? Failing that, are you using the bind plug correctly?

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    RE: binding

    Another hint is to check the polarity of the battery when you plug it in. Orange Receivers have the ground (black lead) at the bottom of the receiver case. When you plug in the battery (4.8 to 6 volts) the light should blink. This should happen right away, if it does not then I'd say the receiver is bad.

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    RE: binding

    Thanks for the info on binding, the orange TX is a dsm2. I will recheck the bind plug.
    Rpaul


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