Look REAL close on the circuit board and it should have thing printed on it that gives you the clue. With the four connectors that are right next to each other you'll see an 'E' and an 'R' for elevator and rudder. You will also see a '+' and a '-' for the battery connections (REAL important that you plug the batteries only into these receptacles and in the postive in the postive and the negative in the negative) The other two on the parameter of the circuit board are for your motor. Just plug the motor in and see if it turns the right way. If not switch the wire around. The receptacly in the center is for the atenna. Hope this helps.
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