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Old 03-03-2007, 08:09 PM   #1
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I just got the Spektrum Pro for the M8 and I seem to be having a problem. When I go to bind the receiver and module the receiver blinks and keeps blinking and the module blinks 3 or 4 times and goes solid green.And the receiver keeps blinking.When I turned it off and turned it back on it worked like nothing was wrong.

Now my next problem is i have a micro receiver and it won't bind to the module at all.I put the binding plug in as it says to do and it does the same as the other one ( keeps blinking) but when I turn it all off and turn it back on the car starts to run like im giving it less then 1/4 throttle.

The micro receiver has the antenna shortened and the other one don't.I did the spektrum mode to the M8 but did it the way the instructions explained that I got off of here(rctech).

Any help would greatly be appreciated because the FAQ off the spektrum site did not explain thing to well.If I doing something wrong or I did something wrong i would rather get help now before I go nuts.

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