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Old Jul 19, 2002, 08:35 PM
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The glid1 or glid2 mode automatically uses throttle to control flaps. That's why it's there. Sailplanes don't have motors (although you can mix a switch back to CH3 to make a motor run).
You always want to use glid2 mode, however, even if you have one flap servo or use a Y adapter (problems with flap motion with certain presets with glid1).
TE control is also covered by this mode - camber control, or flap to aileron mixing. It's covered in the manual also.

You do have a manual?
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