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takproj

Set the joystick to maximum.
Plug in your ESC.
Wait for beeps.
Set joystick to minimum.
Wait for a single beep.

Let us know if this does anything.
Just did what you said, I set it to maximum and i get 4 single beeps and than some different kinds of beeps like i described, I took the joystick to minimum after 3 beeps and then he made like 2 more beeps and then nothing.
and i tried again after 4 beeps and weird other kinds of beeps to take it to minimum and he did the same 2 beeps and then nothing.
 
DEAR GOD I JUST DID THAT AND I WAS GOING TO TAKE THE BATTERY OUT, BUT THEN I MOVED THE STICK UP AGAIN AND THE MOTOR MOVED!!! IT WORKS, IM NOT SURE WHAT HAPPEND BUT TY SO MUCH GUYS

Now the problem is that i think that when ever I pull the joystick up it going full speed, So now I got a new problem.


takproj

Its working fine just sensitivity thing,
Tnx.

vinceherman

Good that you got it working

Now the problem is that i think that when ever I pull the joystick up it going full speed, So now I got a new problem.
What load do you have on the motor?  If you are running with no load, applying just a little throttle will make the motor spin at high speed and it might *look* like it is going at full speed.

takproj

Operated it without anything on, thats why.

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