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Old 06-30-2013, 08:47 AM   #1
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Default Need help on core rc CODE Transmiter?

Both my dad and i are having issues with our core rc CODE transmitters. The 70 one.

Both of us has had issues with it and both are brand new.


My dads receiver for it in the final just seem to of died. When everything is plugged in no light comes on it at all.


And with my receiver has steering but the throttle is completely dead.

And both issues are being caused by the receivers not ESC as we have tested both ESC's out on an old transmitter.


In the end i had to race using the basic 35 CODE core rc transmitter so i know my ESC is fine and my dad has a spare receiver which as of the moment is also working fine.
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Has anyone had similar issues?

And know of anything to try?

Both sets we bought are brand new.



Any tips or things u know that i can try for my problem or my dads please say.


Thanks
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Has anyone had similar issues?

And know of anything to try?

Both sets we bought are brand new.



Any tips or things u know that i can try for my problem or my dads please say.


Thanks
make sure not knocked 1 of toggles on the top as it kill the esc n you get no throttle
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