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    As long as the switch gives full throw in one...

    As long as the switch gives full throw in one direction, a center position, and full throw in the opposite direction. You can plug a servo into the channel and see if the switch will actuate it like...
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    The latest firmware for the module is 3.01 and...

    The latest firmware for the module is 3.01 and the transmitter 1.09- both need to be updated in order for everything to work properly. If it's still not functioning properly after doing this then you...
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    They should not de-link under any circumstance,...

    They should not de-link under any circumstance, most likely the issue is with the module. Please return it to us for servicing:

    http://hitecrcd.com/support/warranty-service
  4. Stock antenna length should be 41-3/4". Try to...

    Stock antenna length should be 41-3/4". Try to keep it as close as possible to this length, otherwise range will be affected. It's impossible to say how much range will be reduced with X amount of...
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    You can use them with any receiver, they listen...

    You can use them with any receiver, they listen to the same PWM signals that all servos listen to.

    If you see some funny characteristics with the servo, such as it not centering when the stick...
  6. I'd suggest an HS-7955TG servo then. If you're...

    I'd suggest an HS-7955TG servo then. If you're really hammering on the truck then you're going to need a strong servo with strong gears. It's a bit of a pricey servo but the geartrain is made from...
  7. What kind of servo you would want to use depends...

    What kind of servo you would want to use depends on what type of driving you are planning on doing. What type of driving do you normally do? Backyard bashing? Racing? Constant jumping?

    If I...
  8. Sounds like a defective servo. Where are you...

    Sounds like a defective servo. Where are you located?
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    With an 80 inch extension, there is a large...

    With an 80 inch extension, there is a large margin for signal degradation. From what you have been describing, it sounds like the cure to your issue is 1. Use a signal booster to ensure the signal...
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    Our digitals have a hold function if signal is...

    Our digitals have a hold function if signal is removed while powered up. What we find is that sometimes the servos are picking up stray signals from the receiver if they are randomly moving if you...
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    Yes, it will work fine with a 2S 6.6V LiFe pack.

    Yes, it will work fine with a 2S 6.6V LiFe pack.
  12. Yes it is totally fine, you can use any of our...

    Yes it is totally fine, you can use any of our 6.0v rated servos on a 2S 6.6V LiFe battery.
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    The only reason they would be doing that is if...

    The only reason they would be doing that is if they're seeing a stray signal from somewhere. We always recommend to have your Tx on first, followed by your Rx/servos, to keep any stray signals from...
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    I believe you can mount it either way against the...

    I believe you can mount it either way against the tank, just make sure the tank is empty before you power on your transmitter/receiver.

    The SPC port takes priority over the servo voltage if you...
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    We have done away with the Futaba J connector...

    We have done away with the Futaba J connector with the tab on all of our servos, they are universal plugs now.
  16. Cleaners won't get into the movement of the...

    Cleaners won't get into the movement of the switch, you would have to replace it. We have them in stock, you just need to give us a call and purchase it. Would take about half an hour at the most to...
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    The Savage is a pretty large truck and really...

    The Savage is a pretty large truck and really does need a strong, durable servo. I'd like to push you more towards a servo like the HS-7955TG because it's a titanium geared digital coreless servo...
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    Should work perfectly then. Keep in mind the...

    Should work perfectly then. Keep in mind the HG3XA is a flight stabilizer and will smooth out your airplane in windier conditions, it won't actually make corrections for you to keep the airplane in...
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    Rock crawlers don't use servo savers so you...

    Rock crawlers don't use servo savers so you definitely need to go way overkill with your steering servos. Usually the 1/10 scale guys use a 7950TH since it's high torque and titanium gears. You might...
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    Try this: Take a servo and plug it into the...

    Try this:

    Take a servo and plug it into the channel on your receiver that the 3 position switch drives. Now move the switch through the 3 different switch positions. If the servo stops at each of...
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    That is correct, we don't recommend the HG3XA on...

    That is correct, we don't recommend the HG3XA on gasoline engine airplanes. It's a small, lightweight, inexpensive gyro that likely won't withstand the vibrations. Good for electric or smaller glow...
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    Something to keep in mind is 2.4Ghz uses...

    Something to keep in mind is 2.4Ghz uses protocols that are often not interchangeable, because there are patents on a lot of it that prevent other manufacturers from using it. Hitec for example uses...
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    You won't get beeps at different voltage levels,...

    You won't get beeps at different voltage levels, there is only a certain voltage threshold that it will begin to beep at you and notify you that the battery is getting low. In the LiPo battery mode...
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    What battery are you using? It sounds like it's...

    What battery are you using? It sounds like it's not able to hold voltage anymore.
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    Yes, but for the transmitter itself? Or for the...

    Yes, but for the transmitter itself? Or for the telemetry? Because it has 2 indicators.
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