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Bought 2 different brands of RC cars but both have 27 MHz can one be changed so they are compatible. one is an Artin RC and the other is NEW BRIGHT

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SOURCE: New 27 MHZ Helicopter Controller won't turn on

I have a 27Mhz helicoper (looks identical to the one on the picture). I tried to fly it for the first time, but I am having problems controlling it. The left radio control lever sends the helicopter upwards, but the right hand control doesn't seem to do anything and that should make it go backwards and forwards. Can anyone help me as well please?

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The ONLY way is to use different Channel Crystals in the Transmitter and Receiver, if you can do this, you buy the crystals in Pairs, 1 Xmitt & 1 Rec.
Go to your local Hobby shop, where they sell these types of things and they will be able to supply you with the crystals, usually they simply plug in...

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Heres a link that has the exact remote You need.

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