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Old 09-19-2012, 10:49 PM   #1
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I have a flysky fs-gt3b and 4 receivers. For some reason i cannot get channel 2 to work on any of the receivers. I have had a flysky in the past and got it to bind correctly no problem. I know i could have a receiver bad but all 4? Any of you guys every had this issue? Thanks
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Old 09-20-2012, 11:49 PM   #2
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I have a flaky second channel on my GT3b. It works to a point but the reverse keeps drifting or stops working all together. Seems to be something to do with the soldering of the throttle Potentiometer and the resistor that bridges two of the three connectors.

When I give the solder a dab with the iron it behaves for a few hours of use before it starts to stray and neutral moves.

Happened after the 30 day store replacement warranty and two extra recievers so I cut my losses and bought a Futaba. Would like to find a proper fix someday so I can have a spare car for friends to play with.
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What do you expect from a $8 receiver?
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I have a flaky second channel on my GT3b. It works to a point but the reverse keeps drifting or stops working all together. Seems to be something to do with the soldering of the throttle Potentiometer and the resistor that bridges two of the three connectors.

When I give the solder a dab with the iron it behaves for a few hours of use before it starts to stray and neutral moves.

Happened after the 30 day store replacement warranty and two extra recievers so I cut my losses and bought a Futaba. Would like to find a proper fix someday so I can have a spare car for friends to play with.
Hmm i will try that thanks!

and yeah dont expect much for a 8 dollar receiver lol going to order a new one to confirm it's the transmitter
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