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Old 02-23-2008, 05:08 AM
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Left my bind plug at my buddy's house. Need to make one.

I'm not sure if it jumps the two outside wires, or one outside and one in the middle. How should my bind plug look?

I'm going to take a standard servo connector and remove one wire. Then solder the other 2 together to make a bind plug.

Which pic should it look like?

Thanks
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Old 02-23-2008, 05:31 AM
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Definately NOT number 2 or that will short out your battery !!

I think (but am not certain) that it's number 1
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Old 02-23-2008, 05:52 AM
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G'day Mate,
It's definitely #3, signal to negative, the two outside wires, either male or female. Easy.
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ORIGINAL: alan0899

G'day Mate,
It's definitely #3, signal to negative, the two outside wires, either male or female. Easy.
Too add to the above. It is number 3 unless you are using a 6300 RX which only has 2 pins for the bind socket.

Also as an FYI--an MPI switch lets you, externally to the airplane, use the charging jack for the bind plug. with 6100, 6200, 7000 and 9000 R/Xs.

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Thanks.... will file that for future reference...

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