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Old Sep 13, 2012, 12:23 AM
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Possible causes, a shorting motor, bad contact with the battery and/or the wire between skids and receiver. Since the Bravo SX is a little harder to service than the more "open" designs, with half canopy, you could try cleaning the metal strips on the battery and battery holder first, with rubbing alcohol. Be careful not to short the battery when working with fluids, a drop on a cotton swab is enough.

It could also be your battery has died, if the voltage drops too far as you power up the motors, the receiver will reboot/unbind.

Should none of these things help, and you have tested with a known good battery, you have to remove the canopy, and unplug the motors. If bind stays ok then, plug one back, see what happens. If the problem returns with one of the motors plugged back on, that motor has been damaged, and is causing short circuit, draining the power, and forcing the board to reboot/unbind
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