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    Mtronics W-tail marine mixer connections.
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    Hi John, thanks for the help, model shop in Hereford said that they should set up the same on the basic channels. Apparently the A or H in the series number referred to either aircraft or helicopter.
    Thanks again for your help with this issue.
    Cheers Colin.
    Fair winds and calm waters, COLIN.
    Colin H
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    Thanks Dodgy, I'll give it a go.
    Cheers Colin.
    Fair winds and calm waters, COLIN.
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    Things will be a bit up in the air with the Hobbico bankrupcy. But Horizon Hobby have taken over Futaba distribution - see

    https://www.futabarc.com/contact.html

    They advise chasing Futaba USA for anything further - so these people might be the best to ask:

    https://futabausa.com/contactus/

    Don't buy poor photocopies of manuals at exorbitant prices without checking with the manufacturer first....
    https://www.futabarc.com/contact.html
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    JOHN
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    hi ya Colin - I had a good look round the web to try and find the instructions manual for your Futaba FP-T7 UPH and it keeps coming up with the links that I have already posted but there are also one or two links which the firewall wont allow me to open - it says its got virus' on - so I wonder what that one is.
    I did come across an auction site - not Ebay - that had one for sale with the instructions and if you look at the instructions they are similar/same as the link I have already posted. So, I am wondering are these instructions for the two sets of transmitters - and possibly the one you have is an upgrade.


    I see on Ebay there is someone in USA who sells manuals on CD for around ยฃ8 if you desperate. Of all the transmitter manuals I have looked for this one is an oddball one for finding the manual. Happy days.

    John
    Colin H
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    Thanks John, can't find the one for the 7UHP version though. Have a 7UAP set as well with the manual, some of function's are different but the set up should be the same.
    Cheers Colin.
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    Hi Colin try this link


    http://manuals.hobbico.com/fut/7uafs-7uaps-manual.pdf


    john
    http://manuals.hobbico.com/fut/7uafs-7uaps-manual.pdf
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    Colin H
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    John can you please tell us the li k for the manual download for the FUTABA FP-T7UHP TRANSMITTER. Thanks Colin.
    Fair winds and calm waters, COLIN.
    Colin H
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    Thanks John, that's what I was thinking of trying, finally getting my head around the details of the mixing at source. I have another old futaba set with mixing as well, which I used for a Lancaster and found that by controlling ort and starboard motors via mixing made it a really stable flyer. Just hope it will work as well on my boats as I have a couple of fast launches with twin motors to get restored and back on the water.
    Thanks for all the help from everyone and especially you and Dodgy.
    Cheers Colin
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    JOHN
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    I have just spent a couple of mins downloading and reading through the manual for your transmitter, Colin and I see you have limited mixing similar to the old Futaba 6A models. if it were me (going back to your original question) I would use this transmitter with a new receiver and fit these into your model and use tank steering as in the 4th diagram on that little image I put on of the electrical layouts. Very simple and straightforward. I think its channel 2 on your right hand stick used for rudder.
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    Colin H
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    Well spotted Dodgy, it's just one of a few old sets I have from my flying days that's an easy conversion to 2.4ghz with a plug in module, which I have, with matching recievers. I have a few 27mhz and 40mhz sets as well, it's just a matter of choosing one that's not in use with one of my other models. I have systems up to 40 years old and and still fully working, so I don't spend on new when I have so much good stuff to choose from, also my specialty is collecting and restoring (for use) vintage models. I also take them to display at vintage shows in the summer.
    Cheers Colin.
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