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Old 04-08-2005, 10:40 PM   #1
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I have a new helios that i have just set up and i have a problem which is this:when i attempt to adjust the steering throw in the steering balance menu, it will only allow me to adjust the left side. when i turn the wheel to the right , the cursor is suposed to switch to the right side and allow adjustments but it won't do it. i can get by by adjusting the left side up or down then changing the dual rate to get the right where i want it, but that is a lot harder than what it should be. I hope i am just missing something simple and there isin't something wrong with this radio.
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Go to menu Adjust VR to recalibrate your Helios
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I have a new helios that i have just set up and i have a problem which is this:when i attempt to adjust the steering throw in the steering balance menu, it will only allow me to adjust the left side. when i turn the wheel to the right , the cursor is suposed to switch to the right side and allow adjustments but it won't do it. i can get by by adjusting the left side up or down then changing the dual rate to get the right where i want it, but that is a lot harder than what it should be. I hope i am just missing something simple and there isin't something wrong with this radio.
thanks for any help
i had the same problem with mine. when you adjust to the right side, you have to also turn the steering to the right side to make the adjustment. i was doing this and i still could not make it work. but it turned out when i turned it to the right and added a little pressure, then it would work. let me know if this helps.
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that isn't it at all. daniz24 was right on target. he told me to recalibrate the radio in the vr menu. that fixed it instantly.
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