KAVAN V20 - Changing the mode

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Introduction[edit | edit source]

Changing the flight mode is simple and fast if you follow the correct procedure. Please refer to the steps below to change the flight mode of your transmitter, or if you want to set the feedback of the sticks.

Description[edit | edit source]

  1. Horizontal centring tension spring - right gimbal
  2. Ratcheting adjustment screw - right gimbal
  3. Brake/resistance adjustment screw - right gimbal
  4. Centring spring lock
  5. Vertical centring tension spring - right gimbal
  6. Ratcheting adjustment screw - left gimbal
  7. Brake/resistance adjustment screw - left gimbal
  8. Vertical centring tension spring - left gimbal
  9. Hole for the centring spring lock
  10. Horizontal centring tension spring - left gimbal

Steps[edit | edit source]

  1. Remove the battery compartment cover.
  2. Unplug and remove the battery from the battery compartment.
  3. Holding the handle in your hands carefully remove the rear cover. Be careful not to pull the antennas.
  4. Rotate and flip the rear cover to make some space.
  5. Unscrew the centring spring lock from the current throttle stick.
  6. On the current throttle side tighten the vertical tension spring counterclockwise so the stick centres.
  7. On the opposite side loosen the vertical tension spring clockwise.
  8. Lift the centring arm a little and insert and screw in the centring spring lock on the new throttle stick side.
  9. Set the feedback of both gimbals to your preference via the steps below.
  10. Put the rear cover back in place.
  11. Screw in the 4 screws on the rear cover.
  12. Plug in and insert the transmitter battery in the battery tray.
  13. Put the battery tray cover on.

Setting the gimbal feedback[edit | edit source]

  1. Screws on the inner side of the strip (2, 6) set the gimbal tension.
  2. Screws on the outer side of the strip (3, 7) set the ratcheting.

Video tutorial[edit | edit source]

If you're not feeling confident enough after reading these steps, please follow our video tutorial.