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Old 07-14-2013, 09:29 PM   #1
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I have a traxxas 1/16 ken block car. I was running it and all of the sudden it stopped working. I tried rebinding but when doing so the receiver just blinks red. It does not turn green to show it's been binded. Could the receiver have gone bad? Or what else could it be?
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Which motor brushed or brushless and what batt? This might help to determine what is going on.
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If I am not mistaken, the red light indicates that the low voltage cutoff is not set for Lipo. The answers to previous questions might tell us something.
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it has the vxl brushless system and i am running 2000mah lipo batteries. its been working since ive had the car and yesterday all of the sudden just stopped
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