Originally Posted by SpadCat2000
Did you use a multimeter to test continuity? Could be a bad solder joint. Which reminds me, I have one too, but have not installed it, so I will test it before I do.
The fuse is blown. I think i might have blown it while i was re-soldering the tail motor back on.
But, the tail rotor did work with the fuse in place right after i did the points. I unpluged the battery to adjust something, and when I tried to test it again the tail motor just stopped. At first I thought it was a bad solder connection so I resoldered it and still no spin. So, i removed the fuse and bingo.
I'm not sure why im using the fuses but they seem like a good idea, if they really protect the reciever when something happens to the tail motor. But, there should be something in the esc that does this.... Right.....
Wasp09 what do you think?