|07-09-2011, 12:58 AM||#1|
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I am: jim w
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Finally figured out my esc problem
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I have had crashes changed out loose soldered esc ends and esc's as well. I noticed the other day when flying that I seemed to have control issues like there was no power going to the esc. So today I changed out the esc because I figured it may be faulty. I noticed once again it would sound like it was rebooting the esc everytime it sat after landing, so what gives? Then I noticed the radio was beeping mix! It only does that when you turn it on with the idle switch on. So I thought what about the radio battery itself. I checked and the plug from the battery pack was barely in the bore it is supposed to be tight in. I pushed it in and seated it properly so now I believe I have found out what has been the problem all along during the time I thought it was esc issues. So the batteries are charging now and tomorrow I'll find out if I do actually have it licked.
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