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Old 07-13-2014, 08:06 PM   #1
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Default Spektrum/m11 fail safe issue.

I'm running a spektrum receiver with a M11 radio. When the signal is lost it goes into a full throttle lock instead of brake. I cannot seem to figure out how to reverse it. Please help.
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https://www.spektrumrc.com/ProdInfo/...structions.pdf

Click on the instructions for binding process, scroll to page 10.

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Old 07-13-2014, 09:43 PM   #3
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Changing REV. Or DL manual on internet
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Oooopppsss!!! First post was for the M8. This one the for the M11
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Spektrum module! No way the menu of the transmitter will work.

Indeed a rebind of the receiver is needed with the right setting of the controls to get the preverb failsafe. (I always use the trim to set some brake when binding the receiver)
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Spektrum module! No way the menu of the transmitter will work.

Indeed a rebind of the receiver is needed with the right setting of the controls to get the preverb failsafe. (I always use the trim to set some brake when binding the receiver)
The radio in use is the Sanwa/Airtronics M11, the module is removable and can be replaced with other compatible module like the spektrum.

It does'nt mentioned a Spektrum DX radios that that can be searched on the menu of the transmitter for binding process.

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Oooopppsss!!! First post was for the M8. This one the for the M11
Re-binding process to re-set fail safe mode vs servo reversing.

https://www.spektrumrc.com/ProdInfo/...structions.pdf


Normal Operation:
Throttle trigger is pulled: Carb opens, car runs.
Throttle trigger is pushed: Carb closes, brake is applied then car stops.

Servo Reversed:
Throttle trigger is pulled: Carb closes, brake is applied then car stops.
Throttle trigger is pushed: Carb opens, car runs.
I don't think this will solve the Fail Safe problem, it just makes the conditions worse.
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@Freelance your first post did the trick! No longer going WOT. It goes to natural still no brake but better than the other option LOL... Once I get a spring on there it should pull a little brake.
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