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Old 04-26-2008, 11:51 PM   #1
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How do you program the LRP sphere tc Esc?
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Here:

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but how do you enter into programming mode
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turn the esc on and then you have to press "mode" for a few seconds. now you are in mode#1.
if you press "mode" again you are in mode#2
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manual:

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sorry but wheres mode? thats what i can't figure out
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sorry but wheres mode? thats what i can't figure out
On the case of the LRP Sphere, the names Mode and Set are molded into the plastic. Mode is the 1st hole from the left, Set is the 3rd hole from the left, while the other 2-holes are for the LEDs.

To enter programming mode, turn the ESC on, then press and hold the Mode button for about 3-seconds, until the LEDs start blinking.
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Thanks got it programmed to my preferences now
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Got a question along these lines, anyone know why the damn capicitor keeps catching on fire? I changed it out for a new one, but no dice, still catches fire.... I have a 3.5T motor and a NimH 5000 battery hocked up to it...
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