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Old 03-20-2004, 07:02 AM
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Default 8103- programming one switch for 3D

Hi danny,
I currently own a 8103 and had a question concerning programming. Is there a way to assign all my high/3D rates to one switch??? If so, how?

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Old 03-22-2004, 10:24 AM
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It is possible to set up 3 program mixes, where you mix each channel to itself, assign all 3 to the same switch, and enter negative percentages to take away throw in the switch on position.
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Hi Danny,

Thanks for all your help first of all. I'm very new to programming, so I was wondering if you could outline a "cookie cutter" or step by step approach to performing this type of programming. A list of push this, enter this would be great.

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To do this, turn the radio on, then press the up and down keys together. Then press the up key until you get to program mix 3. Then press the + key until the first channel says AILE for example. Then press the channel right key so the channel underlined at the top is the second channel, then press the + key until the second channel says AILE. Then press the select key until the arrow points at SW:, then press the + or - key as necessary to select the switch of your choice. Then press the select key until the arrow points at Rate:. Then move the switch into the ON position, then press the - key to enter the amount of aileron throw you want to reduce for say right aileron, then repeat while holding left aileron. Then repeat in another mix for your other channels.
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