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    I got the outcry 3300kv system about 2 weeks ago... i have only run it 5-6 time and loved it. but now its not working..

    when i turn it on it usually gives 2 beeps and goes. now i'm getting 1 beep and no go.

    i tried a different radio and receiver and it made no difference. it like its not getting radio signal but it should be.


    what do i do?... i got the brushless system from a local hobby shop and i doubt they will be any help.


    any ideas............?
    Last edited by justin_c; 04-15-2011, 11:28 AM. Reason: 4

  • #2
    We have replied to your emails.

    Thanks
    Tom

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    • #3
      Hi team, I have just noticed this similar issue on my D110 Limited, it is intermittent, I'm not sure entirely how to troubleshoot. beep could be originating from the motor :s
      Your assistance would be appreciated.

      Kind regards,

      Ryan

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      • #4
        I am new to RC. I am currently building my first rig. I have some questions about the outcry esc with turbo bec. I installed it in my mini joop, and it is working fine so far. but when I turn the switch off I can still make the steering servo operate with the radio controller. the motor does not operate but the steering does not shut off unless I unplug the battery, is this normal?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mustanggarage View Post
          I am new to RC. I am currently building my first rig. I have some questions about the outcry esc with turbo bec. I installed it in my mini joop, and it is working fine so far. but when I turn the switch off I can still make the steering servo operate with the radio controller. the motor does not operate but the steering does not shut off unless I unplug the battery, is this normal?
          Yes, this is normal. The BEC bypasses the speed control to supply voltage to the receiver and servo.


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          • #6
            ok, now here is another question. I have the motor hooked up now and it runs smooth in forward, but when I reverse it, it runs in a jerky fashion, ie not smooth. is this a problem with the esc, I don't think it is the motor, because if I switch the leads it runs smooth in reverse and jerky in forward so I think it is in the esc, and if that is the way this esc works is there a better option?

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