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    Power System EQ6 Turbo

    I have a Smart Fly Power system EQ6 Turbo it has had around twelve flights.
    The system shut down when I was running up the engine ready to fly, then after a few
    seconds or so I had power back to the servos, but then lost the power again, I then shut
    the plane down and removed the canopy to check the system, the system shut down again
    after checking the system wiring etc I couldn't find anything wrong.

    I am running a
    Jr RS 10 DS receiver on SPCM
    Jr DS8911 servos
    Flight Power Evo RX 3000 Mah 7.4 volt lipo batteries
    Fully charged 8.24 volt.
    Graupner Jr MX22 Transmitter on SPCM

    Since coming home I have fully charged the transmitter again, fully charged the input batteries,
    But have had no luck in getting the system to fail again.
    I do have a Sullivan sky writer and an ignition cut off for the 80 cc Zenoah connected directly to the receiver
    The Sign writer hasn't been used as of yet.
    Until now I have had no issues.

    The only thing I have changed since been home was the output voltage from 5.5 volts to 6.1 volts,
    but the system hasn't failed since I have been home.

    Please can anyone advise on the possible cause for the system to shut down ?
    Thank you.
    Martin.

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    I must say, I'm disapointed, out of all the so called electronic wizards, ( technitions ) that no one has had any input, out of all the people who have viewed this thread.
    Let me ask another question,
    if a fail safe switch has failed, it will stay on ,I know, but will the switch still work like usual ? Or does the switch have to be replaced ?


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