Aurora 9 and Optic 6 buddying. A tale of patience...

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Re: Aurora 9 and Optic 6 buddying. A tale of patience...

Postby ergocentric » Wed Sep 07, 2011 3:21 pm

Just saw the same thread on RCG.
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Re: Aurora 9 and Optic 6 buddying. A tale of patience...

Postby jcmiguel » Wed Sep 07, 2011 3:24 pm

Ok, a follow up of my tale. Hitec states that Aurora and Optic should work without any issues. J Perkins found an issue with my 6pin connection at the back of my transmitter and fixed that. Therefore, I was told I will receive my fixed and working transmitter by post. I will update when received it and tested.
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Re: Aurora 9 and Optic 6 buddying. A tale of patience...

Postby jcmiguel » Sun Sep 11, 2011 5:57 pm

Just to keep things updated. Received a call on Sat, 10/09 from Elite Models. They received my transmitter and will check it to make sure it is working properly. I appreciated this thoughtful approach. I will update when transmitter arrives.
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Re: Aurora 9 and Optic 6 buddying. A tale of patience...

Postby jcmiguel » Wed Oct 12, 2011 9:28 am

Sorry, I should have updated this earlier. The problem is solved. It was never the Aurora 9 but the connector on the Optic 6. J Perkings fixed and returned the transmitter. I tested buddy last week and all was fine as it is suppose to be.
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