Originally Posted by constantCrash
Chellie, I love your posts and respect you a lot, but you've been bombing every single 2.4ghz thread with your (I went back) posts. Please stop. We all know you went back and don't regret it. But telling that does nothing to find this guy's failure.
From the sound of this one, I'd place my money on a loose power connection somewhere. What is the Bec rated at for the CC 10amp. It's possible that the servos had a stiff connection and caused a brownout, but I wouldn't put my money on that.
That, or a bad receiver, which happens (even on 72mhz) occasionally.
You know what, it upsets me when a newbie gets a 2.4 radio system, and is not aware of the issues with them, and wind up crashing because they were not aware of range issues, or masking, All I try to do is make people aware of these issues, so they dont crash a new plane and get discouraged with RC, More newbies are having problems with 2.4 than with 72 MHz, It should not be that way, you can read thread after thread of newbies having issues with 2.4, people that are aware of the 2.4 issues, use UBECs to prevent Brown outs, they use full range receivers if flying at a distance, i wish the makers of the 2.4 radios would be more up front, and educate people better about their product limitations, before people go out and buy a 2.4 radio, Ok I will Tone it down a little
But you will have to Admit, Lots and Lots Of people are Having Issues with 2.4 and are Crashing nice planes and helis due to Radio Block out Problems, I read this in Forum after Forum, I am Sure you have too, anyway, just my 2 cents worth, Take care and Have fun, Chellie