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Old 02-12-2018, 11:42 PM
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I have a friend who has a Futaba 6J Tx which is supplied with R2006GS 6 channel S-FHSS Receiver which work. He has just purchase two R2008SB Rx (s). Both Rx (s) will not operate the rudder servo channel 4. The servo has been checked and does operate on e.g. connected to channel 2 elevator (moving of the elevator stick) but will not operate on channel 4. This has been tried also in FHSS mode which didn't resolve the issue (and I didn't expect it would). The retailer he purchased the Rx from assured him that the R2008SB is compatible with the 6J Tx.
Is there a problem or a solution to this or is it possible is from a bad batch of Rx(s) Parameters have been reset etc etc.
Thanks in advance.

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Old 02-13-2018, 10:11 AM
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I cannot think of any reason for this. I also confirmed that there are no known issues with the RX (bad batch, etc.). Plus the probability of getting two defective receivers is very low as well.

Do all the other channels work on the 2008 and it is just channel 4 that does not work?

I might try creating a new model and checking all the channels again to confirm that it is not something in the programming of the selected model.
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