HSP Brontosaurus turning issues

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Tastic82

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Hi all

I'm having a problem with my turning. when i swap the wires on the receiver so that the servo turns with the trigger, then the servo turns properly. because of this then i replaced the receiver, thinking that wast the issue, but it is still doing the same. I'm running a 5000mAh 2S liPo. When I tried another LiPo, i noticed that the steering worked a bit better, but not by much... it turns more by steering by using the trim. Any advice on what is the problem. The Transmitter? Not getting enough power? The servo (even though it works fine when swapping wires and using the trigger)?
I've since burnt out my ESC and replaced it and still having the same issue.
So I've replaced the receiver and the ESC and it hasn't made a difference.

Thanking you all in advance
 

D3MON

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Hi all

I'm having a problem with my turning. when i swap the wires on the receiver so that the servo turns with the trigger, then the servo turns properly. because of this then i replaced the receiver, thinking that wast the issue, but it is still doing the same. I'm running a 5000mAh 2S liPo. When I tried another LiPo, i noticed that the steering worked a bit better, but not by much... it turns more by steering by using the trim. Any advice on what is the problem. The Transmitter? Not getting enough power? The servo (even though it works fine when swapping wires and using the trigger)?
I've since burnt out my ESC and replaced it and still having the same issue.
So I've replaced the receiver and the ESC and it hasn't made a difference.

Thanking you all in advance
does sound like transmitter, if you've already tried a new receiver. wonder if something broke within the steering wheel portion if the TX.
 

HeavyBag

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Another possibility is, someone bumped a Dual Rate/Steering Rate switch. Depending on transmitter, those switches are sometimes located at, or close to the thumb grip; thus making it very easy to accidentally turn down the throw of the steering servo.
 

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