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DX3.0 radio/SR3000 receiver problem, need advice

Old 07-20-2009, 09:48 AM
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Default DX3.0 radio/SR3000 receiver problem, need advice

Hey guys,

During racing last weekend my radio would simply quit working. By that I mean all communication between the transmitter and receiver was lost. All batteries were fully charged, I swapped out a different on/off switch and rebound the receiver. Radio worked fine for another qualifier then the same thing, (no signal). Receiver is an SR3000 btw.

I rebound to another guys DX3R and it worked the rest of the day (had range issues then but that's not important) Do you suspect the SR3000 receiver as being defective? The problem is very intermittent. (it's actually working fine right now).

Thanks once again for your advice!
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Old 07-20-2009, 04:21 PM
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Anyone have any ideas on this? Thanks.
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Old 07-20-2009, 04:32 PM
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I can't say one way or the other but how hot was it a friend had same
thing happen he put a new rx in and work fine but it was he!!a hot some
one temped pit line at 126 my pit table was 113 on a side note my
futba 4pk tx/rx worked just fine in the heat
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Old 07-20-2009, 10:11 PM
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ive had 3 spectrum recievers go bad so that would be my guess good news is horizon hobbies is very good about taking care of there products. I would give them a call.
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it just takes horizon three to four months to
get your stuff back to you!! That SUCKS!!!!!
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Originally Posted by JPierson View Post
it just takes horizon three to four months to
get your stuff back to you!! That SUCKS!!!!!
what are you smoking? ive sent many things to them(servos and receivers and a radio), had many things sent to me as well, MOST its taken is 3 weeks, which isnt bad. if i call in and they just send me something its no more then 3 days



BUT Cannondale1974, as far as your problem, its sounds like to me your radio is bad. if the reciever works on a different radio but not yours. i would try a different receiver to your radio and see. if you can go without a radio send them both in if you cant figure it out
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