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    Micro F86 radio problems

    Setup a electrifly micro saber about 3 months ago. Finally got around to flying it and it wouldn't connect to my 12X. Like I said, it has worked with this radio. I plug the trainer jack in on the anylink, then the battery lead, then plug the plane in. I get power on the anylink and a beep. I just get a rapid flash on the receiver. Any ideas?
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    RE: Micro F86 radio problems

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    RE: Micro F86 radio problems

    we have found that sometimes location affects the binding. Try moving farther away, and even a different room. If it's close to another 2.4 source, it won't link. Also, I'll state the obvious, you left the tranny switch off, right ??

    one of my warbirds lost the link in a gym we were using and wouldn't relink until I got home.
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    RE: Micro F86 radio problems

    I will retry tonight at home. Thanks
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