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01-27-2007 10:02 AM  10 years agoPost 1
stpweston

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dorset england

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Cant get it to work with reflex. put it to slave. set it to ppm and it just wont calibrate can anyone help

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01-27-2007 08:01 PM  10 years agoPost 2
PaulJC

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No need to set it to slave

Also, do you have the resistor in the plug of your xtr lead?

Re-entering the atmosphere...

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01-27-2007 10:15 PM  10 years agoPost 3
mattie-lodge

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I had a similar problem with mine when I had reflex. Mine was down to the plug on the reflex lead. Is it a mono or stereo plug?

http://www.reflex-sim.de/reflex-sim...ath=15_35_45_36

http://www.reflex-sim.de/reflex-sim...ath=15_35_45_91

Resistor fix

http://www.reflex-sim.de/reflex-sim...aqPath=15_35_71

Hope this helps

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02-01-2007 03:00 PM  10 years agoPost 4
GYRO_NYC

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Grantham, England

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stpweston

I am having a similar problem with same Tx. I have only had the Tx and R XTR for a week and I am new to this. But in my case the problem is intermittent. Works ok, then another time it won't recognize the Tx.

At first the solution seemed to be to disconnect the scanner and to use another USB- the utilities powered from USB can apparently cause a power drain.

Just when I thought I had found the solution ... the problem came back. Probably loose wiring so I will have to check the plug connections. If I find out more I will post.

I see on the XTR website and the posts here the addition of a resistor is recommended for some JR Tx models. Will need to check if the cable has a (loose?) one already installed.

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02-01-2007 06:02 PM  10 years agoPost 5
GYRO_NYC

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WIRING CHECKED....

the wiring is intact and I even found the little resistor bedded inside.

Meanwhile the boys at XTR suggested deleting a windows file C:\WINDOWS\inf\INFCACHE.1 - that might cause USB information to be blocked. Tried that and re-installed everything.

Outcome: no further on - same problem persists.
'Switch on the transmitter' and interface problems etc.

Now waiting to hear from XTR what else I can try. But I am beginning to think there is a more sinister software conflict and based on the post on this website it seems the problem is not that uncommon.

I hope the tech guys can find the solution - the software ain't cheap!

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