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Old 08-13-2003, 03:26 PM
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Default Aileron Mixing problems

On my Patty extra, I have one servo per wing and the right aileron servo is plugged into the "aileron" channel on my reciver and the left aileron servo is plugged into "gear" on the reciever.
The problem that is occuring is that the right servo plugged into the "aileron" slot gets full throw up and down, but the left servo that is plugged into the "gear" slot only gets full throw down and onlya little bit of throw when deflected upwards.
How can this be fixed?

My mix looks like this in the picture...is there anything I can change on the mix itself to get both servos to get equal throw?
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Old 08-13-2003, 05:54 PM
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as far as i know, JR uses the aileron channel and AUX1 to mix ailerons as flaperons, and you have to select flaperon mixing, then you can adjust the ATV for each servo, and an aileron differential, and of course elev-flap mixing and flap-elev mixing, i dont think you can do all of this when using a separate mix from ail-gear.

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ok thanks, I got it figured out
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