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Old 07-16-2006, 02:05 AM   #1
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Default Futaba 3 way switch - Please help!!!!


Just a quick technical question, i managed to break one of the leads from the futaba 3 way switch (1, charger, 1 reciever 1 battery). the one i snapped off was the battery one - but since i can connect and disconnect the battery for charging, can i still use the charger lead as a power source.

thanks, i'm a little paranoid because everything seems to break down on me.! thanks for your help

Last time i connected something incorrectly it smoked my battery.. cant really afford another $25 for trial and error..

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