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Step 1: Turn Power on to the Decoder
The G3’s green LED will glow brightly indicating power is connected. If you have not done so, now turn on your throttle and set it to frequency 0 and address 3 which are the original factory settings for the decoder.
When the throttle is turned on and set correctly the G3’s red LED will glow brightly. If the red LED is not on, then your throttle is not set properly. Do not proceed to step 2 until both red and green LEDs are turned on and glowing steadily.
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