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    LED failure on EQ6

    Hi Robert,

    I'm a happy owner of an EQ6, and it has served med well during a couple of years now. It still does, but I found out that the green LED on channel 7 came loose, and only works if I push down on it!!!!

    Channel 7 is not in use in my setup, but I need to ask, if the "loose" LED can cause a failure during flight?

    Kind Regards
    Michael Lund
    Denmark


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    RE: LED failure on EQ6

    Hi Michael,
    No, it will not cause any problems. There is nothing it can short. Let me know if you have any other questions.
    Robert Ritchey
    Owner, Smart-Fly
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    RE: LED failure on EQ6

    Great, thanks for your reply!! Then I'll go fly[8D]

    Btw, I am know using a JR 921 reciever, and I've read the other posts about not using the BATT connections etc. You mentioned that THRO and AUX4 should be used for the powerleads, but in my setup, I prefer using GEAR and AUX3!!! Should that give any problems?

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    Michael

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    RE: LED failure on EQ6

    Hi,
    No, that is not a problem, your outputs on the unit are just out of order. The power leads are ALSO channels. Even if you plug the first power lead into throttle you can still use the output on the side for that channel.
    Robert Ritchey
    Owner, Smart-Fly
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