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    RNinMunich
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    Hi Mariner,
    On the associated RX there should be socket marked 'BIND' or possibly 'BIND/BATT'.
    That's where you plug your 'lanyard' in for the binding process.
    It's only a shorting plug between the signal pin and ground which tells the RX to go in to binding mode.
    Can you post the make and model number of your TX and RX please.
    I may have the manuals in my archive.
    But the binding process is essentially the same for all 2.4GHz sets.
    It's necessary so that your RX knows the signature, and hence hopping sequence, of your TX and will only respond to that and no others. Cheers, Doug 😎
    Young at heart - slightly older in other places πŸ˜‰ Cheers Doug
    Mariner85
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    Rolfman, thanks for the quick reply to my problem. reading the manual there was mention of binding but was not explained to where an octogenarian like myself could understand. Much thanks.
    rolfman2000
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    It's the binding plug. You have to bind the receiver to its transmitter with that plug in using the instructions that should have been supplied with the kit. With your description, I would say it's an Frsky or Flsky system, as that is just what you described. Check out binding on you tube with your brand of Tx/Rx.
    Best wishes, Dave W πŸ‘
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    Mariner85
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    Just purchased a new transmitter/receiver for my present build. This came with wg
    hat appears to be a sort of lanyard with a plug on the end and a sort of small wand attached. There is no mention of this in the manual or of it's purpose. Any help would be appreciated. My original setup did not have this.



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