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Old 03-29-2012, 07:00 PM
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Had a fly of my Blade450, was great, turned off the transmitter, and the helicopter turned on, and throttle on.
What causes this? and has anyone had this problem.
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Default RE: Some very scary.

That's why you always disconnect the battery on the aircraft before you shut off the transmitter.

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The transmitter is, in essence, telling the heli to stay "off". When you turned the transmitter off first the heli listened and obeyed any stray radio signals in the air.

Always at start up Transmitter ON then plane(heli)ON. Always at shutdown Plane(heli) OFF then Transmitter OFF.
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Put the throttle to the bottom then the throttle TRIM to the bottom, then rebind it.
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ORIGINAL: MajorTomski

The transmitter is, in essence, telling the heli to stay ''off''. When you turned the transmitter off first the heli listened and obeyed any stray radio signals in the air.

Always at start up Transmitter ON then plane(heli)ON. Always at shutdown Plane(heli) OFF then Transmitter OFF.
You're half right. The part about startup/shutdown sequence is correct.

2.4 systems do not respond to stray radio signals, nor any other signal unless its a properly formatted packet that contains the GUID of the transmitter that its bound to.

Put the throttle to the bottom then the throttle TRIM to the bottom, then rebind it.
Correct.

The system is going to the failsafe point which is set during binding.
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