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Old 03-08-2008, 06:25 PM
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I'm trying to set up a 14ch Fasst reciever. Only problem is my instructions tell me I have to get access to the super secret flyers club to find out what the channel groupings are for 14 and 7 ch recievers. Yes I'll send my letter in requesting admission to the club but in the mean time can I beg pretty please and learn how to connect my dang servos?
I just recieved the radio yesterday 12z FASST and I'd like to fly tomorrow. Don't really want to unbox the 7c thats ready to be sent back for a zguid fix.
This is a fine catch 22 if I ever saw one. Sheesh!
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Old 03-08-2008, 07:14 PM
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I'm trying to set up a 14ch Fasst reciever. Only problem is my instructions tell me I have to get access to the super secret flyers club to find out what the channel groupings are for 14 and 7 ch recievers. Yes I'll send my letter in requesting admission to the club but in the mean time can I beg pretty please and learn how to connect my dang servos?
I just recieved the radio yesterday 12z FASST and I'd like to fly tomorrow. Don't really want to unbox the 7c thats ready to be sent back for a zguid fix.
This is a fine catch 22 if I ever saw one. Sheesh!
Have you read the 12Z manual yet? The TX determines the servo sequence in ANY radio.
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Old 03-08-2008, 07:17 PM
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It's the new 2.4 Fasst. There's a 1 page addendum that tells you to go to the Futaba flyers club website to get channel assignments for the 2.4 recievers because they are different than for the 72 mhz grouping.
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Old 03-08-2008, 07:23 PM
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This is the only info with channel assignments that I can see. Here is a link to the one on the open page.

http://www.14mz.com/downloads/T12Z_update_V1.doc
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thx I'll give it a try.
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Old 03-08-2008, 10:20 PM
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Problem found Evan though the model set up says it's on the right reciever the channel control doesn't shift when selecting a different plane.
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Old 03-08-2008, 11:40 PM
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for future ref.

model menu
sub menu function
lists the current channel assignments for that particular model.

so, if you set up the tx first, then you can read off where the rx connections should be.
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correct. What caused the confusion was hooking up the rudder servo to ch3 as per function. It sat there doing nothing till I touched it and then it went nuts. One time I cycled the tx through 7ch /14ch reciever set up and it worked normal. Unfortunatly I can't duplicate it and it's back to going nuts when I touch it but will not respond to stick movment. Aileron,ch4 is the same thing. Whats odd is I installed a 7ch reciever and everything works as it's suposed to.
Think I need some warranty work.
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altavillan,
did you ever get on the Flyers Club site?
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