Blade 400 3D RTF Electric Mini Helicopter
Product Recall: Spektrum DX6i transmitters with date codes
807E, 808E, 809E, 810E, 811E, 812E, and 901E
Attention DX6i Users
On January 30, 2009, Horizon Hobby, Inc. issued a service bulletin for Spektrum DX6i transmitters due to a concern of potential issues with stick potentiometers. Consumers were strongly advised to conduct a test to see if symptoms of these potential issues were present.
After closely monitoring the situation, Horizon has determined that we need to physically inspect all DX6i transmitters with date codes containing 807E, 808E, 809E, 810E, 811E, 812E, and 901E, including those ending in "US", :"UK", or "DE". The date code will be found inside the battery compartment.
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When using a Spektrum AR6110 or AR6110E receiver with an E-flite G110 or G90 gyro, the gyro may not initialize (set) during startup. To verify the gyro is initialized make sure the LED on the gyro is solid RED before flying. Click Here for further details.
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