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'Micron' Radio Control 'DelTang' Tx22X Transmitter & Servos
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 Posted: Fri May 10th, 2019 03:30 pm
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Toeffelholm
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I think it’s coincidence, that it happens while trying your Mars light.


Maybe the potentiometer is worn out?

In your case I would at first open the Tx,
and check the resistance of the potentiometer with a multimeter, 
if it goes properly from 0 to 10k Ohm.


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 Posted: Fri May 10th, 2019 05:59 pm
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Juergen,


That's what I'm thinking.

I checked it, still in line, and got 0-6.5K Ohm reading.


I emailed Tony Walsham but he may not have gotten the email as I haven't heard from him on this.

But I have heard from him on other things.


I can fix it if I get a decent part number and find the part online here in the States.




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