|Feb 08, 2013, 08:19 PM|
Joined Feb 2013
QR Ladybird Help
I need some assistance here. My wife bought me a QR Ladybird...just for the heck of it. Awesome surprise. I had never even heard of it before.
So, out of the box (she purchased some kit...nice "metal" case, extra batteries, etc.) I charged up some batteries, plugged them in, and gave it a go.
I have NEVER used any sort of RC anything before...but holy crap was it fun. I just kept charging up the batteries, and trying to fly it...
Well, I ran it into a wall (of course)...and now the little bug won't fly. When I plug a battery into it, the ladybug flashes quickly. I then turn on the controller (Devo 4) push the throttle up and back as I had been doing...and nothing.
So a little bit of searching around and I find that I may have to "bind" it. Ok...makes sense. I plugged the little bind plug that came with the ladybird into its bind port, plugged in a battery. The ladybird now flashed slowly (as opposed to quickly). I turned on the Devo 4...and nothing seemed to happen.
Please help me out here! I really want to keep flying it, but have NO idea where to being to debug this.
|Feb 09, 2013, 10:27 AM|
Try this make sure throttle is all the down, turn on TX within ten seconds plug in ladybird and let it set for a few seconds light should turn steady red when binding is completed. hope this helps!
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