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Old Mar 08, 2014, 06:14 AM
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help with twister blackhawk please :)

Hi,

I have cleverly taken a perfectly servicable Twister blackhawk and stuffed it up by trying to change the receiver.

It had the planet R6M receiver and i wanted to use my DX8 with it, so I changed the receiver to an AR6115e

Now the rotors won't rotate. when I move the aileron or elevator controls the servos moving the swash plate move, but selecting power or rudder won't make the rotors move.

The rudder and throttle connectors are connected to the rudder and throttle channels on the receiver and the 3 in 1 is connected to the motors. the 3 in 1 led glows red - not sure if that means anything.

I should add that this copter has the planet 3 in 1 control unit.

if anyone can help with the required settings for the dx8 and any tips on what i might have done wrong with the receiver i would be really grateful.

thanks
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Old Mar 08, 2014, 11:27 AM
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Spektrum channels don't map the same. You are going to have to find the right ones by trial and error.
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