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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > JOYSWAY DRAGONFLITE 95 TRANSMITTER
JOYSWAY DRAGONFLITE 95 TRANSMITTER
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Les-Forbes
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 58
25th Oct 2017 17:11  
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NOW LOOSEN UP PLEASE:
I have this Joysway transmitter. It's for my Dragonflite 95. The controls on the left operate the rudder and the controls on the right operate the sails. I'm use to it being the opposite. Do I change the mode selector switch under the battery housing and THEN loosen and tighten the screws as per instructed. It just seems long winded.


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jarvo
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 466
25th Oct 2017 17:54  
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Hi Les, unscrew the back and look at the gimbal mountings, there will be 2 or 4 screws on each gimbal, turn each gimbal through 90 degrees, refit the screws, switch the receiver plugs that should be it!!!
Mark


Etherow Model Boat Club
Les-Forbes
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Forum Posts: 58
25th Oct 2017 19:57  
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Thanks Jarvo. Do I still switch the mode setting under the battery holder.


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jarvo
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Forum Posts: 466
26th Oct 2017 08:20  
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Hi Les, yes use the mode buttons, it also mentions that the tension can be adjusted for each stick, you might want to try to slacken the (new) rudder stick and tighten the (new) sail stick, adjust slightly then re try to see how it feels. Don't overtighten as this will cause the sticks to either jam or snap off.

Mark


Etherow Model Boat Club
Les-Forbes
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Forum Posts: 58
26th Oct 2017 08:51  
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Thanks Jarvo.