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Old 11-19-2020, 04:31 AM
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Should be no surprises at all. Take out the older receiver, store the old radio wherever you put your memories (round file if that's what you want) and replace with a new, low cost one. The servos should be fine. I do suggest you replace the receiver battery, too, but just go with a low cost NiMH. It's amazing how much capacity they have now.
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