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Old 01-05-2019, 09:21 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Not without more information and or description of what you are working on.

What heli, radio, FBL or FB etc.

I've been trying to help him in the Blade 120s forum. My take a look if your interested. I wasn't much help.
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It doesn't say anything on page 5 about reprogramming the remote.just transmitter setup (bnf).
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It doesn't say anything about reprogramming on page 5 just transmitter setup (bnf). I'm so lost.
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Old 01-05-2019, 09:33 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I have that RTF radio in my box of stuff. It has no way to change it's programming. It is set up specifically for the model it comes with. Something has to have gone bad somewhere.

The only thing I can think of is maybe unplugging the servos then power the board. Power down the board and plug the servos back in. Then power up and see if that helped.
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120 S or 120 SR? You posted in the latter but asked about the former.
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It doesn't say anything on page 5 about reprogramming the remote.just transmitter setup (bnf).

I know you said that you are new to the hobby. But just FYI - The remote is called the Transmitter (Tx). And the receiver (Rx) is part of the Fly Bar Less control board on your particular model.
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Brokedad,
I tried that just now and it didn't do anything different. This is driving me crazy. About to just give up and throw it in the trash...lol
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It's the 120s
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When I push the throttle up both of the servos go down and I have no control with the stick. Can anyone help me?
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I have a 120s and when I push the throttle up both of the servos go down and I have no control with the stick. Can anyone help me?
Please do not cross post.

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How about some help tow pilot. I'm new on here and to helis
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If you have a hobby store where you bought it take it there and they can try another radio with it to see if it's the radio side or the heli side that is the problem. Also if you have a friend with a DSMX radio have them try binding to it and setting up a profile.

I have a couple of the 120S's but never used the RTF six channel radio (MLP6DSM) I was given. I've always used a DX6 or better... currently a DX9.

P.S. Cross-posting in a no no .. TowPilot is only doing his "job"
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How about some help tow pilot. I'm new on here and to helis
The members are responding to your questions.

How about some board and forum etiquette first.

Forum use is like walking into a room full of people, people that are already engaged in conversations in small groups.

Each small group is talking about a topic, please don't interrupt them to change the topic.
For instance if they are talking generators, please don't try to grab that group and change their topic over to 120 SRs.

A new thread is like starting a new small group and the person starting that group sets the topic.

And don't start the same topic in different 'rooms' (forums).

Please choose the forum that best matches the topic as that groups similar topics together.
Opening the thread in the 120 SR forum was a good choice, but opening it again in the Main (cross posting) isn't consistent with forum etiquette.

Hope that helps for starters.

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Not without more information and or description of what you are working on.

What heli, radio, FBL or FB etc.
What the.....


I swore I was the first one to post in this thread last night.

Probably should have gone to bed earlier.
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Now i get it.
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Old 03-04-2019, 06:06 AM   #37 (permalink)
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Hi,

is your issue already solved with the RTF MLP6DSM transmitter?
Could you contact HH or your local dealer?

The 120s RTF manual on page 8 (step 5) states to press in the left (throttle) stick to hear the click to get into the binding mode.

> Quote: "* The trigger switch may also be used for the binding procedure." (trigger is probably the rescue switch)

Maybe you are in the wrong mode for the Blade 120s ("computer BNF programming" mode), it is worth trying the alternative bind process only with the Rescue button (and left/right rudder).

However, please note that I do not own the 120s, I have no dealer near me who has this heli in stock and neither do I own the RTF MLP6DSM transmitter to try it myself.


This was the binding solution from the NanoCPS / RTF MLP6DSM thread (the manual was not 100% clear):

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Hi Marty,

I have watched your video and one from HorizonHobby German how they bind their NanoCPS:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayRaVyhIl78

Subtitles and auto-translate from German to English works well.

The only difference is, that that they do not hold the rudder stick when they power on.

So the correct procedure might be:

1) To only push and hold the red rescue button
2) Turn on the power switch
3) And only then - shortly after powering on the transmitter - pushing (and holding) the rudder stick to left
4) Releasing the red rescue button
5) Still holding the rudder stick and then finally releasing it

This would make a bit sense to me especially when I see that HH Germany is able to successfully bind their NanoCPS with this corrected procedure.

Maybe the immediate "push and hold rudder to the right" is confusing the board when you initially power on which should send the bind uuid trigger???

I see that you push the rudder stick even BEFORE you turn on the power switch.

Yes, according to the manual you are in computer mode when the swash tilts up and down when you pressed the rescue button at the end with the other bind procedure from your TX pressing the "bind" button down.

Does this work any better?

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For future searchers of this same information:

(PDF attached for printing)

Binding Procedure for the MLP6DSM with Blade Nano CP S (RTF)

1 - Disconnect the flight battery from the helicopter.

2 - Power off the transmitter and move all switches to the zero position. (Note 1)

3 - Connect the flight battery to the helicopter. The 3-in-1 control unit LED flashes after 5 seconds.

4 - Push and hold the Red "panic" trigger/button and power on the transmitter while continuing to hold the “panic” trigger/button. (Note 2)

5 - While still holding the "panic" trigger/button, move the left stick (rudder) to full left then release the "panic" trigger/button and wait for the blue LED on the 3-in-1 control unit to stop blinking (lit solid). (Note 3)

6 - Release the rudder control stick. (Note 4)

7 - Disconnect the flight battery and power the transmitter off.


Note 1: Make sure you set all the trims to center before performing this procedure, per Horizon Support. To find center, just click the trimmers both directions and listen to the beeps. The transmitter will make a longer, distinctive beep when you reach the center position. Make sure the channel 5 flight mode switch is in position 0.

Note 2: The transmitter will emit a solid beep after it is powered on, until the “panic” trigger/button is released in step 5.

Note 3: While it is binding, probably about 6 - 7 seconds, the red LED on the transmitter will blink and the transmitter will beep repeatedly. After step 6 it will stop blinking and stay on solid.

Note 4: The red and blue LEDs on the 3-in-1 will both be on. This indicates that the flight mode switch is in position 0. When the switch is in position 1, only the blue LED will be on. In position 2, only the red LED will be on. For binding, set the flight mode switch to position 0.
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