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    Plugged battery in backwards what dies?

    I got a Raptor G2 about a year ago and not long after the battery stopped holding a charge so I just put it on the back burner for a while and pursued other rc hobbies. Well this week I bought a new larger capacity LiPo with the intent of flying again. I charge it up and plug it in. But not paying attention the connectors on the battery were reversed compared to the ESC. So when they touched I got a spark and pulled it off immediately. Well doing that made the ESC smoke. So after redoing the connection on the battery and hooking it back in I get nothing operating.

    So is this just the ESC is dead (I have a new one on order) or can this have fried all my electronics?

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    RE: Plugged battery in backwards what dies?

    Yes ESC is fried when you reversed the polarity. You motor and receiver are ok. Simple just replace the ESC will fix the problem.

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