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Can the Channel 7 knob on 8uap be turned off?

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Old 05-13-2003, 01:14 AM
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Default Can the Channel 7 knob on 8uap be turned off?

Trying to set up my airplane using the mix to set dual elevator servos instead of a y-connector. I have channel 7 slaved to channel 2. Everything works except the knob still is active. I don't want to get my trim off by accident.
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Old 05-13-2003, 02:34 AM
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Default Can the Channel 7 knob on 8uap be turned off?

Set up another mix of 7-7 and set it at -100%. Hope this helps!
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Default Can the Channel 7 knob on 8uap be turned off?

Almost there. You need to set -100% 2 times. Once with CH7 knob to the right of center and once with it left of center.

CH7 CH7 (Make sure you see the tiny ON symbol)
-100% -100%
LINK OFF
OFST 0
SW-X NULL (set whatever switch you want. NULL makes the mix independent of the switch position)
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Default Can the Channel 7 knob on 8uap be turned off?

Thanks guys that worked. As soon as I get the 8 figured out it will be time for a 9C...

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