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F4 FLAME
#16
(13-Feb-2018, 01:53 AM)Oscar Wrote: link not working Sad

So lets give a chace to drive
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#17
if you have a RC signal tester you can test the RX directly... but if you don't...

without changing anything on the RX, can you connect that "SBUS wire" to the PPM pin and set it up in the configurator and see if it works?
this will help narrow down the causes of issue. if that works, then your RX is giving out PPM signal and you need to long press the bind button...
if that doesn't work, long press the bind button to make it give PPM signal... this will ensure your RX is working properly. Then long press the button again to go back to SBUS mode and try again with SBUS...

last resort is to flash your board again, erase all the settings and start again. I personally would flash the RX firmware too just in case...
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#18
(13-Feb-2018, 01:13 PM)Oscar Wrote: if you have a RC signal tester you can test the RX directly... but if you don't...

without changing anything on the RX, can you connect that "SBUS wire" to the PPM pin and set it up in the configurator and see if it works?
this will help narrow down the causes of issue. if that works, then your RX is giving out PPM signal and you need to long press the bind button...
if that doesn't work, long press the bind button to make it give PPM signal... this will ensure your RX is working properly. Then long press the button again to go back to SBUS mode and try again with SBUS...

last resort is to flash your board again, erase all the settings and start again. I personally would flash the RX firmware too just in case...

I have multimetter so can I test signal with it? Dont have any experience, I just mesuring voltage or shorts..

Then will try to change RX to PPM mode and resolder the wire to PPM hole. 

I have 2 of these R XSR receivers So I cna test them both. 
And if nothing will works, Ill reflash the FC
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#19
Oke my friends, another FC is death Sad

When Im unplug usb cable, the usb port stays on the cable Big Grin  So gg no re
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few more days without flying until I got new FC Sad
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#20
Yes, some boards are better than others, but I always press firmly on the port before I pull the cable out. They usually aren't soldered very well onto the board
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#21
(13-Feb-2018, 08:58 PM)RENOV8R Wrote: Yes, some boards are better than others, but I always press firmly on the port before I pull the cable out.  They usually aren't soldered very well onto the board

Yup, this almost fall of when i moving the quad..
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#22
(13-Feb-2018, 06:56 PM)Esy Wrote: Oke my friends, another FC is death Sad

When Im unplug usb cable, the usb port stays on the cable Big Grin  So gg no re
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few more days without flying until I got new FC Sad

oops... maybe you can solder that back Smile
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#23
I miss the times when legit naze32 boards had the USB port glued to the PCB Smile
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#24
(14-Feb-2018, 01:50 AM)Oscar Wrote: oops... maybe you can solder that back Smile

Im thinking about this, but Will try this later. Funny thing is, is receiver will work. I do not need USB!Big Grin
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#25
its tough to solder the usb. i had an f4 flame do exactly that. email banggood they helped me out. the next 1 i epoxied the usb on before updating! great board though
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#26
(14-Feb-2018, 12:28 PM)Marcofpv Wrote: its tough to solder the usb. i had an f4 flame do exactly that. email banggood they helped me out. the next 1 i epoxied the usb on before updating! great board though

So thats looks like common issue :/ thats bad, but another new experience.
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