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How to use flap to kill switch

Old 04-07-2023, 05:59 PM
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I have a rx rg613bx jr dmss i use ch1-thro ch2-aire
ch3-ele right ch4-rudder ch5-ele left ch-6 idk that it wrote aux1 I tried to find was flap?? I donít have rx7-8ch to use aux2-3 So I wanted to know if I can turn flap's channel into a kill switch.
Old 04-07-2023, 09:10 PM
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You may get some replies to your question, but be aware that the title of this forum is misleading. There hasn't been any "official" JR support for quite a few years here on this forum despite it's titile.
Old 04-09-2023, 04:40 AM
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Traditionally channel 5 was used for gear and channel 6 for flaps. They are NOT specifically assigned this, as you have already shown by using channel 5 for your second elevator servo instead of retractable landing gear. The receiver doesn't care. You can use channel 6 for anything you want. Be advised, however, that your transmitter may allow some mixing functions with the FLAP setting, e.g. aileron/flap mixing like flaperons or second aileron servo. Make sure you don't inadvertently enable these functions.

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