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Old 01-03-2007, 02:47 PM   #1
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I've lost the instruction sheet that came with the micro spektrum receiver (SR3500) and have to bind it to a new radio. Checked their site and instructions aren't listed so was hoping someone could tell me which port the shorting plug is supposed to go in for binding. I have a vague recollection of having the speed controller and servo plugged in last time I did it so I am guessing it was attached to the Auxillary pins but just wanted to check before I go shorting something out.

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I've lost the instruction sheet that came with the micro spektrum receiver (SR3500) and have to bind it to a new radio. Checked their site and instructions aren't listed so was hoping someone could tell me which port the shorting plug is supposed to go in for binding. I have a vague recollection of having the speed controller and servo plugged in last time I did it so I am guessing it was attached to the Auxillary pins but just wanted to check before I go shorting something out.

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put it in the 'B' port. You know, 'B' for "bind"?
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Thanks for that I assumed "B" was for battery as in a nitro powered car didn't realise it was also the bind port.
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Thanks for that I assumed "B" was for battery as in a nitro powered car didn't realise it was also the bind port.
well I was just teasing, the 'B' port is also for a battery, although you can plug a battery into any port.
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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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