|Yesterday, 08:38 PM|
Joined Mar 2004
Help: Guardian moves control surfaces every 2 seconds
I have not flown the guardian yet. All the control surfaces move in the correct direction and seem to respond correctly according to the mode it is in. Here's the problem. When I hold the airplane still, about every 2 seconds the control surfaces will move about 2 degrees with a jerk. This continues until the surfaces are at maximum deflection. If I cycle the guardian off/on it begins again. Is the Guardian broke or do I have something hooked up wrong?
|Today, 05:45 AM|
Joined Feb 2001
What radio and what ESC/BEC are you using.
It could be the way that the radio and BEC are wired. Give us all the information on how it is wired up.
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