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Old 02-16-2014, 11:30 PM   #1
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I was going to fly my Fly Zone micro Albatros biplane (with the Tactic Anylink set up on my DX6i) only to discover that the aileron stick wont control the rudder...the command is back on the left stick again! The thing is, i programmed the radio to control the rudder with with the right stick a long time ago, and now I FORGOT HOW I DID IT!!! Can anyone "jog" my PATHETIC memory??
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I'm just guessing but did you mix aileron and rudder together?

If you sere able, you could plug the rudder servo into the aileron socket
but I don't think you can do that here.

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As Helijim already pointed out, probably with a mix, and maybe that mix can be turned on/off with a switch. Try going to the monitor screen and start flipping switches and move your aileron control to see when the rudder carat moves.
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Thanks guys! i will give that a go!
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I GOT IT!!! Thanks so much all for steering me in the right direction!! Ive become such a DOLT lately that i forgot i assigned the D/R aileron switch to make the rudder function on the aileron stick!! DUHHH!
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I GOT IT!!! Thanks so much all for steering me in the right direction!! Ive become such a DOLT lately that i forgot i assigned the D/R aileron switch to make the rudder function on the aileron stick!! DUHHH!
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