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Hitec 2.4 Binding, Changing Modes, and Range Checking - Cheat sheet help

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Old 11-20-2010, 10:29 PM
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Default Hitec 2.4 Binding, Changing Modes, and Range Checking - Cheat sheet help

Hi,

Everytime I get a new radio I seem to go through a brief learning curve in learning how to program it. Part of this is my trying to figure out the sometimes short, cryptic messages from the manual, or the explanations aren't complete, or sometimes its simply because I don't "get" what I'm being told.

As a result, I always like to put together a quick "cheat sheet" that I can put in my workshop and field box as a quick reference when needed and explain the steps clearly so they make sense to me.

In this case I've put together information on binding for first time, changing modes and range checking for the Hitec Aurora 9 and Optic 6.

I would like to ask anyone who has one of these radios if they would mind assisting me by double checking the attached document, just to make sure I've got it right and haven't missed something. See attached PDF.

Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for your help.

Fly4Fun,

Wayne

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Old 11-22-2010, 10:24 AM
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Default RE: Hitec 2.4 Binding, Changing Modes, and Range Checking - Cheat sheet help

Hi,

Lots of views over the last few days, but no comments, so I'm guessing all is OK.

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Old 11-24-2010, 04:10 PM
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Default RE: Hitec 2.4 Binding, Changing Modes, and Range Checking - Cheat sheet help

Hello Wayne,

From another fellow near you.

I just read in its entirety the pdf file.

You have no response for the following reasons.

Few people are involved with Hitec radios.
People do not enjoy reading long pdf files.
You are talking above most people's interest or ability to concentrate.
People start reading and give up after a few paragraphs so do not respond.

I think you wrote that pdf file which implies that you understand fully the operation.
Thanks for posting this pdf file; it sure can help and clarify any manual ambiguity.

I found your writing very clear and easy to follow.

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Old 11-24-2010, 05:28 PM
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Default RE: Hitec 2.4 Binding, Changing Modes, and Range Checking - Cheat sheet help

Hi Zor,

Thanks for the critique, I appreciate it. I'm glad you found it complete and cleared up any ambiguity, that was the intent.

I'm sending you a PM.

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Old 05-08-2012, 11:30 AM
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Default RE: Hitec 2.4 Binding, Changing Modes, and Range Checking - Cheat sheet help

Say Wayne, can you send me a copy
Y of your PDF cheat sheet. I purchased an Aurora 9 last week, and im learning. I clicked on the link, but it was not available. Winston.brown@lausd.net. Thanks.
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Hi Bearcatt1,

I still have the document, but will have to look it up. I'll send it to you directly.

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