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12-22-2010 06:23 AM  9 years ago
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nuttyd62

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I'm trying to put some tower pro servo's on my E-razor 450. But they seem to go backwards. Can I reverse the plug to the receiver or can I just switch the dips on my T/X? I sort of flew into myself(ouch!)and did some damage. Broke a M/B, stripped a servo, broke a T/B, bent a M/shaft. Oh yeah, is it possible to use a e-sky belt 450 M/shaft or is there a t-rex or some other type I might be able to use. Or does it have to be a Dynam?
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12-22-2010 06:47 AM  9 years ago
MrNiceGuy

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Just reverse the channels in your transmitter. Do not plug them in backwards.Yesterday is History, Tomorrow is a Mystery, Today is a GIFT
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12-22-2010 06:48 AM  9 years ago
jdro2322

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Yeah just go into your transmitter and reverse the channel that you want. What transmitter are you using?
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12-22-2010 07:26 AM  9 years ago
nuttyd62

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The T/X is a racon 6 CH 2.4 Ghz. It looks to me like the newest one that has came with a 450 E-razor upgraded heli. M/head and T. Like I mentioned I'm pretty sure that the T/pro servo's are not traveling the same way.
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12-22-2010 07:27 AM  9 years ago
nuttyd62

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Oh yeah, do ya think I should change them all or just the one that's busted?
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12-22-2010 07:29 AM  9 years ago
jdro2322

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yea i just looked at that transmitter on the internet. those little black switched on the bottom of the transmitter should be the reverse switches. Just reverse which channel is not correct. that should do the trick.
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12-22-2010 07:32 AM  9 years ago
jdro2322

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umm i would test all of them to see if they work and then i would test them to see if any others are stripped. If they dont seem to be stripped and seem to be working fine than i dont see why you would need to replace them. Are they metal gear servos?
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12-22-2010 08:59 AM  9 years ago
nuttyd62

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Something is really wrong. All the servo's are going all different ways now!!!!The R/X from top to bottem... elev,aile.thro,rudd,gear,aux1,aux2,batt.
When ya look at the heli nose towards me, the back right servo is the one I replaced. (t/prosg90) I move the stick left both the rear servo's go down. I move the move the stick right both the rear servo's go up. I then move the stick forward the right servo goes up and the left servo goes down a little. I move the stick back towards me the right servo goes down a little with the left servo goes up a little as the front servo goes up alot!!! What the hell did I do to my heli!
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12-22-2010 09:12 AM  9 years ago
jdro2322

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hang in there. do you think you might have put thy that it should b =]e replacement servo in backwards or the opposite way it should be mounted? check that
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12-22-2010 09:13 AM  9 years ago
Hamo

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You have 2 options.
1. Use servos which go the same direction as the originals and set the switches on the transmitter to defaults.
2. Install the new servos and learn how to set up a CCPM swash head.
Hamo
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12-22-2010 02:09 PM  9 years ago
nuttyd62

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How does one go about setting up the ccpm swash plate. Are the different for different heli's?
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12-22-2010 04:48 PM  9 years ago
BarracudaHockey

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Do you have a programmable transmitter?

Sounds like you're trying to use a cheapo transmitter which in many cases have the CCPM mixing hard coded. You're back to finding servos that move the same way.
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12-26-2010 04:47 AM  9 years ago
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What I finally did was take the gears out of the new backward servo's and the head piece from the new servo's and made 'em fit togather with the old servo's. At first they didn't want to go togather but I made 'em fit. They are all working fine now! I seen a vid on how to change the wires inside the servo's to make 'em go the way ya want them to. So I guess that was my next idea. I'm not to good at micro soldering but I will try any thing to get my bird up in the air!ADDICTED TO HELI"S
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09-24-2011 06:45 PM  8 years ago
nuttyd62

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Having a new problem. I'm tying like hell to figure out to make my flymentor II work right. Does any body know what I can do?? I've pluged it all in to my E-razor 450 but I'm getting the wrong signals.
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