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Install the LiPo Helicopter Battery

With the transmitter turned on and without touching the any of the control sticks, insert the LiPo helicopter battery into the helicopter with the tabs facing toward the top.

Make certain the blue light on the bottom of the helicopter inside the canopy is steadily glowing. This indicates that the receiver is receiving a signal from the transmitter. Proceed to the “Flight” section on page 7. If the blue light is flashing, refer to the “Binding” procedure that follows.

BIND THE HELICOPTER TO THE TRANSMITTER

When the receiver is able to read signals from the transmitter, the two are said to be “bound.” Until the receiver in the helicopter is programmed to read the transmitter’s signals, the helicopter cannot be controlled. Follow the procedure below to bind the receiver to the transmitter:

Throttle position indicator

Disconnect the LiPo battery from the helicopter.

Turn on the transmitter. Lower the throttle control stick all the way down. Adjust the throttle trim tab until the throttle trim indicator is centered and the throttle position indicator reads “000.”

Turn off the transmitter.

Connect the LiPo battery to the helicopter. Turn on the transmitter while pressing inward on the throttle control stick until the blinking blue light in the helicopter remains steady, indicating that the receiver is reading signals from the transmitter—this should happen within a few seconds.

If it doesn’t work the first time, disconnect the LiPo battery from the helicopter and turn off the transmitter. Repeat the binding procedure again by reconnecting the LiPo batter and turning on the transmitter with the throttle stick depressed.

The receiver is now “bound” to the transmitter and the helicopter is ready to fly.

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