Futaba help

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I took my receiver battery out of my Rampage MT V3 to charge it, after charging complete I reinstalled it, turned on the radio (Futaba 4PLS) and throttle brake and steering where all reversed, radio batteries good, did I loose some memory somewhere, also the killer bee switch was beeping erratically then went to normal but all functions reversed- thanks in advanced.
 
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I took my receiver battery out of my Rampage MT V3 to charge it, after charging complete I reinstalled it, turned on the radio (Futaba 4PLS) and throttle brake and steering where all reversed, radio batteries good, did I loose some memory somewhere, also the killer bee switch was beeping erratically then went to normal but all functions reversed- thanks in advanced.
Did You get it figured out? Mine has yet to give me any problems. It may be as simple as going into your settings and reversing the direction. I had to reverse both if I remember correctly, steering and throttle
 
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I believe I did, I did as you said and all appears to be ok, just wondering why it did that-thanks again as always
 
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Awesome!! Glad it was simple. He man I don't know what kind of batteries you use in that radio. I had a life killer rc makes laying around from a used rc I bought. Wouldn't you know it fits perfectly in the radio. Just a heads up if you want to dump using AA  alt= batteries
 
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Thanks, I was looking at the Futaba battery almost 60.00 bucks, I would definitely consider this one.
 
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Heck Ya @WoodiE . Had that Life laying around. It came with that Dunerunner I bought used. I read in the manual that a Life pack could be used, I decided to try and it fit great.
 

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