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Old 06-18-2005, 12:21 AM   #1
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CC Pegasus 35P will not arm?

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Having an weird issue with the CC ESC in my corona. It will sit there, all servos work, rx is recieving good signal etc. But the esc iwll not arm. I have tried backing down my trim setpoints etc and it sits there in a slow flash and will not arm for seeing low throttle. I emailed CC about this a week ago, can not find answer anywhere.

From what I remember you can set the high and low throttle "radio stick position recognition" on CC ESCs, I just can not remember at moment how to do this. I know it has something to do with where you have your sticks when you start and then go from there.

PM if you can help, thanks.
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Old 06-18-2005, 02:30 AM   #2
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What brand of tx do you have. I know with Futaba you have to reverse the throttle channel. Hitec and others you don't have to reverse.

Make sure your throttle stick is centered and then you turn TX on first then power your receiver. Then hold the thottle down for about 3 sec and it should arm.
I have accidently turned on the RX first and then the TX and I couldn't get the esc to arm.
Just a word of caution. I would remove your prop or have your plane securely fastened down to prevent any accidental startups while you are trying to discover the solution. I wouldn't want the plane flying off your workbench or even worse at you. Those props can easily slice and dice.


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