DX8 advice for new to RC

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Dave Nadin
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Re: DX8 advice for new to RC

Post by Dave Nadin » Wed May 13, 2020 4:38 pm

Well done Andy, glad you got there, It seems a black art to get the red modules to all work correctly, my own conclusion is the plugs not being cleanly seated in the receiver.
You elevation problem is with the drive motor twisting in the clamp bracket which puts the long screw out of alinement. Make sure its set true then extra tighten with the motor bracket positioned at the motor end frame .
sorry about the delay in responding, my furlough cancelled now back on the tread mill. So its back to being a weekend warrior, lol

Andy McMath
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Re: DX8 advice for new to RC

Post by Andy McMath » Wed May 13, 2020 8:41 pm

Thanks Dave,

I had it working ok then decided to try and adjust it, 3 hours later I was almost back to where I started.
If it ain’t broke!

Andy

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