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E-Flite UMX Cessna 182 Skylane tm BNF

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Old 01-17-2017, 02:07 PM
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Default E-Flite UMX Cessna 182 Skylane tm BNF

I bought the little Cessna 182 with 3AX because I like to fly in the front yard I have several others.
I forever have flown these little airplanes with an Orange ORX T-six transmitter that transmits DSM2 with great success,
I cannot get the Cessna to bind with the transmitter. Ive tried everything, 3 different batteries, multiple switch positions, a bunch of distances differences, away from my wifi and cell.
Thinking it might be the TX i tried binding to 6 other UMX planes and it worked fine.
Anyone with information here that might help would be very much appreciated...

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Old 01-17-2017, 06:50 PM
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How close is the transmitter to the plane? Sometimes if you are too close, you may not be able to bind. Try binding 6-10 ft away.

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How close is the transmitter to the plane? Sometimes if you are too close, you may not be able to bind. Try binding 6-10 ft away.

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I tried every length form a foot , 20 feet .

It bound well to the old junk parkzone DSM2 4 channel. with the worst resolution in R/C history. Those planes are unflyable with those $10 transmittters

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I just talked to the Horizon support and was told that the new UMX aircraft will no longer bind with the ORX equipment that you will need Spectrum transmitters.
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