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Tactic 624 receiver problem

Old 11-11-2013, 02:24 PM
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I just installed a 624 receiver in my 4 star and when i wiggle the aileron stick quickly,the light on the receiver goes out,throttle goes to fail safe and there is no signal to the plane until I turn the switch off and then back on again.
I've tried doing the same thing (wiggling) to all of the other channels and the receiver works ok. The transmitter is a Tactic 650. Any ideas???
Thanks, Dave
Old 11-11-2013, 04:33 PM
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re .the 624 receiver problem. I also noticed that when I cycle the elevator and rudder sticks at the same time the receiver stops working.
Is there too much load on the receiver. The battery is a 2000 Mill. pack (nimh) I don't seem to have the problem when only 1 servo is operating. Would the new dual antenna receiver be better suited for dual servos?
Thanks, Dave
Old 11-12-2013, 07:26 AM
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You may not have a receiver problem. Try a different battery pack. It may be that your battery pack and its wiring just cannot deliver the current needed when more than one servo is operating. If a battery pack cannot deliver the current, the voltage drops. If it drops enough, then the receiver will quit working due to low voltage. You'll need to check things very carefully.
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Thanks Bax!! I tried a different pack when I got home from work. It was probably a voltage drop.

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