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Old 04-01-2017, 04:58 PM
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Hello. I have a dx7s, and am setting up differential thrust for my electric airplane. Everything works great, but when I flip to gear switch, one motor goes to 75-100% (can't tell wether it's WOT or not), and the other behaves normally. It's not too bad, but I want to avoid accidentally hitting this switch in the air. I tried inhibiting the switch, but this stopped the differential thrust from working. So, my question is: can you "lock" the switch to one position, so that you can still mix through it, but so that it does nothing when flipped? I can share how I did my mixes if necessary.

Thanks, Hubert.
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Old 04-01-2017, 06:12 PM
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You’ll have to specify what transmitter you are using before anyone can offer advice. If you are using the JR 9303, 9503, 11X, 12X or XG series. I would say you have mis-programmed the transmitter by not inhibiting the gear channel before doing the mixing.

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I'm using the spectrum DX7s and AR610 receiver.

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