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Old 09-04-2006, 09:29 PM   #1
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My servo has been glitching lately. I found that with the receiver in my hand, a tap on case caused the servo and esc to both glitch. I opened the receiver and found a fair bit of dirt inside. I blew it all out and the problem is still there.

Are the RS300 receivers problematic? Can I replace it with a crystal receiver? What brand / models are most reliable?
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Odd, Jr is pretty good stuff. I had one no problems... As for the glitching well it can leave you
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I have had a JR R300 for quite awhile now with no issue's other than me ripping the antenna out of it.


Get a new receiver for the meantime. The R310 is basically the same receiver, it's just smaller. I am currently using this receiver in 1/8 buggy, Truggy, and TC. Send the 300 into JR and see what they do with it.
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Problem solved. I had to unsolder the two boards from each other and unsolder the metal can that goes over the rf circuit. There was dirt inside there as well. Once all the dirt was removed from the RF stage, no more glitches. I've placed electrical tape over the face panel where there were openings for changing frequency, and plugging in a battery and third servo.
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