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Old 07-17-2012, 01:45 AM
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Can the spektrum 6 and 7 channel transmitter be changed from Mode 2 to Mode 1 in the same manner as the Futaba transmitters? The electronics on the Futaba are easily changed when you first turn on the transmitter. Then you must remove the back of the transmitter and move the ratchet mehanism for the throttle from one stick to the other.

Does this same procedure apply to the Spectrum 6 and/or 7 channel transmitters?

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ORIGINAL: Cajuncharley Can the spektrum 6 and 7 channel transmitter be changed from Mode 2 to Mode 1
in the same manner as the Futaba transmitters?
The electronics on the Futaba are easily changed when you first turn on the transmitter.
Then you must remove the back of the transmitter and move the ratchet mehanism for the throttle from one stick
to the other. Does this same procedure apply to the Spectrum 6 and/or 7 channel transmitters?
Thanks, Cajuncharley

Short answer - Spektrum Tx usually need to be sent to service center for mode change,
however, there have been several previous threads on the subject:
TX Mode change - Spektrum DX6i 1<>2
TX Mode change - Spektrum DX7 1<>2
TX Mode change - Spektrum DX7 1<>2 other service functions

more under sub section " Transmitter - Change Mode 1 <> 2"
below
"Transmitter - FAQ - Additions, Adjustments, Mode Change, Clonepacs & Repairs."

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