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Post by topper on Mon 17 Jul 2017 - 17:21

Hello guys, I am a new member here Smile just wanna say hi and yes I do have some problem and been seeking answers, that is how I ended up here.

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Post by laneboysrc on Wed 19 Jul 2017 - 14:40

Welcome on board!

What problem do you have?

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Post by topper on Wed 19 Jul 2017 - 14:58

Hello Werner,

Good afternoon, I am having issue with the controller of my Maisto Rock Crawler Extreme, it would go forward and reverse just fine, just not left and right, when I took the controller apart, I can see that the forward reverse is actuated via 2 buttons which gets depressed when I press the trigger.

It is a pistol grip remote control.

The problem I see is the left right steering. I can see on the PCB, there are 3 contacts leads, lets call it A, B and C. When the steering is turned left, A is pushed against B which makes it goes left, and when the steering is turned right, B and C gets pushed together. Problem thou, it seems something that is supposed to push them together is missing from in there, and I do not recall anything falling out....

So I guess I am here to see who have a similar model ( 27Mhz - 3 channels ). Whether they can be so kind as to take a photo of the steering mechanism, I do not seem to be able to find them anywhere, not even on ifixit etc.

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Post by laneboysrc on Thu 20 Jul 2017 - 16:53

It will be hard to find that exact model of transmitter. I guess you best bet will be to glue a piece of plastic, or use a screw, as actuator for the buttons.
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Post by topper on Thu 20 Jul 2017 - 17:05

laneboysrc I will try and post some photos tonight.

but your idea is sound, my only concern is whether screwing into the plastic will break it, anyways I will wait till I post some photos so you can let me know if the ideal is sound or not Smile thanks for your attention, you are the only help I can get after asking and searching around for almost 6 months lol

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