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Old 08-04-2011, 10:39 AM   #1
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Default losi t ten wire system battery onboard module problems need help

Have a losi t ten it had a regular starting battery 7.4 1000mah 10c which came with it. I found another battery because I hated the above it is a 7.4 1300 mah 15c which fits in battery box. I put it in and tried t ten and it worked. I then took apart and put hi-tec high voltage servos in. I connected the wires to the receiver like this. Steering servo to port marked str. throttle servo to port marked thr. wire that goes around engine to temp port. and wire that lets you know the speed to rpm port and theirs a wire that runs from ross onboard starting system to port marked aux. Went to try it servos work fine but starting motor don't turn over. I disconnected motor and hooked it to battery and it works. Took my volt tester and getting current to the ross onboard system but no current coming out of it. Did I blow the ross Module or hooked up some wires wrong. I can't afford hobby shop repair prices Thanks
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Probably have a blown ROSS control unit.

I blew one on my Ten-T. You can pick one up on eBay for cheap that's been parted.

Check seller "lumidave35" he should have one at a good price.
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