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Old 10-17-2017, 05:12 PM
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I have a FMS cabling board and can't seem to get the ailerons to work correctly. I have talked with the sales/tech people and they say I am hooking it up wrong. I've checked the wiring and had another person check my wiring and it is correct using the instructions. The cable for the aileron is supposed to be on channel one of the board. I connect the cable VIA the common connector, the ailerons will only operate if I use the elevator stick. I plugged the aileron servos directly into the receiver's aileron port and they work just fine. The radio I'm using is an Airtronics RSD 8000. Any ideas?
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Swap the elevator and aileron connections on the receiver.
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Old 10-18-2017, 03:21 PM
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Originally Posted by loopdeeloop View Post
Swap the elevator and aileron connections on the receiver.
Yee-up. I talked to someone who dealt with the problem.
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