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siansoft 05-31-2011 12:08 PM

Futaba Transmitters Reverse
 
Hi All

I have a Futaba T7C Transmitter andreceiver I found my tranmitter is reverse all the chanels in the receiver . I check the reverse menu in the tranmitter nothing is change I make a reset to the tranmitter but still I have same problem

So Pls can any one tell my what to do?

Thanks

karolh 05-31-2011 01:26 PM

RE: Futaba Transmitters Reverse
 
I had something somewhat similar happen to my Futaba 8UAF as I flew the model and all was well, but after sitting idle for a few weeks I went to fly it again, only to find that all the servos had reversed. I simply switched them back to normal and the problem never occured again. If you are unable to switch them back to normal rotation maybe you should have your Tx and Rx checked/serviced.

Karol

BuschBarber 05-31-2011 05:16 PM

RE: Futaba Transmitters Reverse
 


ORIGINAL: siansoft

Hi All

I have a Futaba T7C Transmitter and receiver I found my tranmitter is reverse all the chanels in the receiver . I check the reverse menu in the tranmitter nothing is change I make a reset to the tranmitter but still I have same problem

So Pls can any one tell my what to do?

Thanks
Have you tried another Model Memory to see if the same thing happens? Sometimes, odd things can happen to one Model Memory but not to the other Model Memories.

baronbrian 05-31-2011 07:55 PM

RE: Futaba Transmitters Reverse
 
Well that's about the scariest thing I've ever read. ALWAYS preflight!

karolh 06-01-2011 04:04 AM

RE: Futaba Transmitters Reverse
 

ORIGINAL: Brian Dorff

Well that's about the scariest thing I've ever read. ALWAYS preflight!
It was scary, luckly preflight before every flight is a habit of mine, and the only thing that saved the model from going in the dust bin. Too often I see some fly, land and taxi back to the pit, park their model for awhile then gas up and fly again without the slightest check of anything apart for the throttle before taking off.

Karol


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