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Old 10-02-2013, 09:34 AM
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Problem with controller and RFB

Hello guys,

i'm a newbie about RC and simulator, i've bought RFB to learn the basis before use a real model.

My problem: i installed RFB without any trouble i've started it and played for a while (15 minutes) then i changed plane and after few flight the controller is gone crazy.
Basically when i move throttle stick (left one ) up and down the right one move in the same mode (at software level) the same if i move the right one.
Is like the two stick are connected togheter.

I tried removing and reinstalling without success.

Have you any suggestion on how to proceed?
It's seems something related to the configuration of the controller but the RFB doesn't expone nay kind of control on the TX configuration.
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Old 10-02-2013, 04:18 PM
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Unplug all other unneeded USB devices from your computer BEFORE you power it up.

e.g. disconnect printers, camera's, etc.

It is likely that your USB port is not producing enough power for the Interlink.
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Old 10-04-2013, 03:24 PM
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Well i tested on two notebook one Win7 and one with Xp: i had the same behaviour so i decided to send it back for repair.
Anyway on both pc I had one device connected only: the controller.

USB should be a standard: 5v 500mah and i think is strange two pc had poor usb power supply.

I will see what the service will say...
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Old 10-05-2013, 12:09 AM
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Yup, two PC's with the same problem is highly unlikely.

Good that you sent it back for repairs... They'll take care of you.
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