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Old 01-02-2007, 09:00 AM   #1
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Default HELP.. binding spektrum micro rec.

Guys help me out. I lost the instructions to my spare Spektrum micro receiver. The one that has the plug. I forgot how to bind it.
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Old 01-02-2007, 09:06 AM   #2
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Plug the Bind plug into the bottom-most slot (Has a B on the case)

Turn on your ESC or receiver pack. The LED on the receiver will blink a couple times, then rapidly flash.

Hold down the bind button on your module and turn your radio on.

Once the LED on the receiver stops flashing and turns a solid amber, you're all bound and ready to go. Remember to remove the bind plug before you turn your receiver on again, otherwise it will take you through the binding process all over again.
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I know there have been questions on how to bind the SR3500 Micro receiver or clarification on how to do this. The instruction sheet has been posted on-line, and you can find it below

SR3500 Instruction Sheet
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I lost my binding plug. How do I find another one? Or how can I make one?
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SPM6802- Replacement Bind Plug
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If you have an old servo laying around you can cut the plug and attach the two outer wires together to make a bind plug
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