turning dial increases power to one group and decreases in another!!

Here is a quote from the manual.


"13.1.3 Quick Power Adjustment Mode

By turning the dial left or right one “click”, the power level of the chosen groups will increase or decrease by one step. The EV step in the V6 II factory setting is 1/3 EV. The EV step can be conf igured to 1/2, 1/3, or 1/10 in the <EV STEP> menu (see Section 13.3)."


This is incorrect. My Tx increase one group and decrease the power on the second group!!!

Comments

  • narrowed the issue to group "C". 
    Turned off then of then the Rx and the issue corrected itself.....
  • edited December 2016 PM
    Thanks for reproting the issue, @dougbolton.

    It's the first time we have heard of such a bug. But I am glad the issue is fixed after a power cycle. 

    Please let us know if the problem perssists.

    Cheers!


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    Brand Manager
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