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Hello friends.

I have a mixture with station ST16, with J2 and J3 channels.
I updated and reset the system and the problem remains the same.

Any ideas?

Thank you very much,

David
 
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David,
Welcome to the forum:
I do not understand your question.
What kind of problem is the aircraft giving you when you fly?
What did you change in the settings of J2 and J3?
 
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Hello, i have the same problem :Transmitter in mode 2, when I try to turn left moves forward, when I try to turn right moves backward, not stable need help !!!!!I reset the station and J3 don´t calibrate
 
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In flight is not how you react, what I see in the settings of the ST16. If I move the left estic (right -left) me simulates movement of the right stick (up - down) together
 
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In flight is not how you react, what I see in the settings of the ST16. If I move the left estic (right -left) me simulates movement of the right stick (up - down) together
The same problem
 
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Are you in smart a mode or angle? Sounds like your in smart.
 
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I've done the reset does not work, writing from Spain and is very difficult to call and get along with them because my English is very bad.
I have written an email
 
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Are you quite sure you don't move the stick on the other axe?
To be sure, don't hold the stick with your finger; just puch it gently with a pencil or something.
 
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Are you quite sure you don't move the stick on the other axe?
To be sure, don't hold the stick with your finger; just puch it gently with a pencil or something.
Thank ´s for answer Nissouck, I´m sure only move the left stick
 
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Yes, the left stick only. But it is quite easy to move it up and down and (if you don't care) in the same time to move it left and/or right just a little bit.
And doing that you get the problem you show.
 
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Yes, the left stick only. But it is quite easy to move it up and down and (if you don't care) in the same time to move it left and/or right just a little bit.
And doing that you get the problem you show.
I only move the left stick (mode 2) when I try to turn left moves forward, when I try to turn right moves backward, without touching anything right stick, seems that both are mixed ......
When i touch right stick it does not happen
 

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Did anybody ever come up with a fix to this, aside from calling Yuneek customer support?

I am having the exact same issue.




I am NOT moving the right stick...not even touching it. Push J2 over, and J3 will slowly start to move on it's own.

 
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Have you checked Channel Settings to make sure that they did not become linked?
 
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Have you done a recent software update? Some have reported an issue after update. In flight failure

I had a problem after missing a step while testing "Broken Line Rate Curve" sittings.
 

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Well.......I founda fix on the forum that worked.....it might not be the #1 way to do things as it may have the side effect of washing dirt into other places.....but I was able to clean the gimbals out from the front with CRC QD Electrical Cleaner. Sprayed a bit around each stick, worked them around real well for a couple of minutes, and then did a ST16 calibration. Everything appears to be working fine.
 
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I am having a problem on my typhoon h. When i want to yaw to the left it moves forward instead. If i yaw to the right, it works ok. The only way i can yaw to the left is hold the stick to the left and it turns as you fly forward. I need help with this problem.It has been completed updated and calibrated.
 

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