|Oct 09, 2011, 08:47 AM|
Joined Oct 2011
Art Tech Cessna 182 500 Class build issues
I'm new on here and just building my first RC plane, an Art-Tech Cessna 182. I built is as per the instructions in the pack, making sure I connected the servo cables correctly. Once I had it built, I connected the battery and found the following...
The rudder works fine
The elevators work fine
The LHS aerilon descends and stays there, even when the battery is disconnected. I had to undo the pushrod in case it damaged the foam
The RHS aerilon doesn't respond
The flaps don't respond.
I have double and triple checked that the connectors are connected properly, and they are...
Any help is appreciated as all I want to do is get it in the air after practising on the sim.
Thanks in advance.
|Oct 09, 2011, 03:49 PM|
I've got one of these - From factory the ailerons have a Y lead to connect them, does yours? When one side moves the other side should do the opposite.
Or have you fitted a different receiver?
|Oct 09, 2011, 04:37 PM|
Joined Oct 2011
No, just standard. I'll wait to I'm used to flying before I try anything more advanced.
I don't see anything that would resemble a Y lead, but I will have a better look when I get a chance after work.
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