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Later I can try to get a video of it in action, just home for lunch right now and that's the best I could do.
With nothing connected to the upright arm, start it up, hold the arm toward it's rear position and throttle it up and down manually (and carefully) and see if the arm starts to give you any resistance, you should feel it move. When you throttle up it should push forward........if I am seeing it correctly in my head. You may have to reverse that if I'm wrong.
And I know I don't have to tell you this because you are a technician but I will anyway...........KEEP YOUR HAND AWAY FROM THE FAN!! :wink:
This post was edited by Inno at 11:56:37 04/29/13 2 times.
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