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Arming switch on the Freedom Flyer Plane

Old 11-01-2003, 05:12 PM
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Default Arming switch on the Freedom Flyer Plane

I just experienced something new today. While trying my best to get a flight in, the PCB for the arming switch burned up......I could not beleive my eyes, this is mearly an on of switch with a relay which activates when the button is pushed .... Im truly shocked ! Can anybody explain exactly what the devil happened to it ? Thanks in advance because Im very curious to find an answer to this question.
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Default RE: Arming switch on the Freedom Flyer Plane

Man, I'm sorry if this has absolutely nothing to do with what you just asked, but I have a question for you. How in the world did you get your Freedom Flyer to fly??

I just got one today and after 5 attempts and 2 props, I still couldn't get it into the air.

What's the deal?


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