|Jan 24, 2013, 05:55 AM|
e-flight UMX micro Gee Bee R2
I have just finished rebuilding my E-Flight UMX micro Gee Bee.
The trouble I'm having is now it's all back together my Ailerons are both moving in the same direction.
From photo's i can find on the net, The cog end of both aileron servo's face the leading edge. (which is how i have mine installed)
the servo lead plugs only fit into the receiver one way.
so it's got me stumped.
|Jan 24, 2013, 07:44 PM|
You sure the are supposed to face the same way? It's hard to help out without seeing it. Can you post a picture?? I recently sold mine but I may have a pic here to reference to.
|Jan 24, 2013, 07:59 PM|
here's a link to the image i used to decide which way the servo's go.
I have found a copy of the manual on-line.. there seems to be a setting that i can change in the reveiver. i'll give it a go later on tonight
thanks for your replies
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