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Old 09-24-2003, 11:28 PM
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Default RD6000 super

I have just received a RD6000 super and have a very basic question. When I go to AR1 THEN STW then down 1-- I get TRM instead of MLS-- WHATS up???? I don't see anything in the manual to explian it!! this is a new in the box -ebay item from a good seller but I think someone entered a program I can't get out of. Hope some you'll take the time to help me out. I used the end button to clear the program.

I am going to need some help here! I'm not real stupid---- just old with a rather flat learning curve.

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Old 09-25-2003, 12:40 AM
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I think you're looking at the menu for elevator... try this...
1. Turn on transmitter.
2. Push "End" twice. Display should show "AR1" and a voltage reading.
3. Push "CH+" seven times. The display in the "CH" box should read "etc".
4. Push down arrow once... you should be at "MSL"

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Old 09-25-2003, 01:09 AM
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It took two twice to see what I was looking at. I thought the large letters would change. WOW! THANK YOU for opening my eyes. Most people around here seem to use hitec and I was feeling a little lost.

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