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Yes! That is the case for me, too. The channels move for PPM. Thank you, ChristianG134. I'll see if I can get it to fly, and if not, I'll ask for more help from you guys. This has been so helpful!Okay, sorry, another question: why is it that the propellers begin spinning right when I connect the Scisky to the battery? This problem only occurred a while ago. Before, only the Scisky turned on and the propellers didn't move. Is there a way to fix this?
Thank you to both of you!Sorry to keep bothering you guys, but right now for me, the main problem is that none of the dials move in cleanflight when I switch any of the switches (in other words, either cleanflight or the switches are irresponsive), so I don't know which one controls which. Is this a problem with the radio, the software, or the board? The Scisky's red light is solid and not flashing, so the radio and receiver (it's already on the Scisky, right?) should be binded. Is the green light the arming light? Thanks again.
I have essentially the same problem as dcgrigsby, but my transmitter is the DX6i.I have followed all the instructions in this Instructable, but when it comes to the maiden flight, the quadcopter is unresponsive. How do you arm the quadcopter? How do you set up an AUX channel for arming? Thank you to anyone who has any information regarding those topics.
Thank you for your response!Is the AUX switch sort of hidden? Because there isn't a label anywhere that shows you the switch for AUX 1. The only switches that are labeled are TH Hold, F Mode, Elevator Dual Rate, Gyro, Aileron Dual Rate, Rudder Dual Rate, and Trainer.And how do you modify the throttle thresholds? Should I do that in my transmitter settings?Also, is there a way to set the arming using the two sticks?Thanks again for helping. I will try it.
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