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Old 08-20-2009, 03:14 PM
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I tried taking my JR sr300 rx out of my xxxt and into my sc10(go it today) and I broke the wire. I know I can open up the rx, unsolder the broken antenna, and solder on a new one but will this work?

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Old 08-20-2009, 03:23 PM
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If its a spektrum rx, i dont know.

If its a regular crystal or synth rx then yes it will but you must find out the correct guage and the correct length. Those are important.
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yeah that is weird but i am not totally sure because it is specktrum
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yeah that is weird but i am not totally sure because it is specktrum
huh???.......the only issue would be if it's a coaxial antenna like the DX3R receivers, other than that as long as you use the same gauge and length wire you'll be fine.
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resolder it it will be ok. Dont over heat the reciever. Antenna needs to be same length.
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