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05-02-2010 12:49 PM  8 years agoPost 1
Bannon05

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If you are running a Helicommand on a carbon frame Protos, and also have the carbon fiber boom, consider running a ground loop wire. Run the wire from the boom to the frame, and then from the frame to the motor mount.

I was experiencing erratic jumping of the cyclic servos after checking and double checking my Helicommand settings. I went so far as to send in my Helicommand unit for service thinking something was wrong with the Helicommand. After installing the wire the problem instantly went away.

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