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  • Quick Question - Admiral dsmp Stabilizer channel issue

    Hi there,
    I know this probably a really basic question that I am just missing the solution but I needed some help. In the past I have only built and flow small electric RC planes with Spectrum receivers and controllers with pretty much no problems at all. Then I was given a larger, mostly built, gas engine aircraft just to complete building(essentially just finishing the electronics). This is where the issues start, multiple people had been messing with it so by the time I started working on it all the wires had been exchanged and moved around and the engine wouldn't start. luckily through a mixture of experience, YouTube and online manuals I was able to wire everything correctly and get the engine running. With one exception, for some reason on the receiver the elevator and ailerons give the same output signal(When I pitch up or down, the ailerons do full bank to either the left or right). I don't think this is the controller( A Spektrum DXe) because to my knowledge there is no way to combine channel outputs on it. Any help would be appreciated.
    Thank you.

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    It’s not necessary to post up multiple threads on the same thing.

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      Closing this thread because question has been asked and answered on the duplicate
      Warbird Charlie
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