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Slider controls on the 850

Old 01-22-2015, 11:29 AM
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I have been doing some more testing on using the slider controls at the back of the 850. I'm very disappointment in the results. One jumps from center to end point as soon as the slider is moved from center any distance down and is very erratic and scratchy when moving from center to up. The other is just very scratchy in both directions and not at all precise when trying to adjust a servo position. In all other respects, I find the 850 to be a very good item but for these two controls which are literally unusable for any practical application. Did I just get an unusual manufacturing defect or what? Is there a reasonable solution? All other functions on the 850 seem to be excellent.
Old 01-23-2015, 06:46 AM
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The sliders should move their assigned channel smoothly from one end of travel to the other. They should not be notchy or jumpy. The ratchet should give you enough feel that the slider has a positive detent as you move it from one end to the other. Your transmitter needs to be sent to the service center to get them fixed.
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I took your advice Bax and returned the transmitter for checkup and/or repair. The service was fast and good. The unit was returned to me in about a week and now works perfectly..
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The sliders should move their assigned channel smoothly from one end of travel to the other. They should not be notchy or jumpy. The ratchet should give you enough feel that the slider has a positive detent as you move it from one end to the other. Your transmitter needs to be sent to the service center to get them fixed.
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