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How do I change sounds, add a second unit, or program my last generation electronics?

Note that you shouldn't ever have to re-program your unit as they never lose their programming, but in case of an error, here are step by step instructions. This should always be your final step when troubleshooting.
  • Move your receiver toggle switch to left program position, green light and red light will come on, red light will go out.

  • Take your transmitter, there should be no lights on it. If there is a light, press the ARM /ON key to set it in the off position.

  • Press the PROG key (white) in the middle of the key pad. The ARM/ON indicating light should come on.

  • Press the Blue SOUND key in the middle, and observe what light comes on, on the left side or left column. Observe beside the light in the sound column that indicates the sound chosen. If you want to change the choice, press the button in the sound column for your selected sound. The light will move up or down to that position.

  • Press the Gunner Position two key (YELLOW) in the middle, and observe the light on the left. This indicates the launcher number. Select what key you wish to control your launcher, 1 through 4 launchers can be configured. Example, green keys for launcher 1, yellow keys for launcher 2, red keys for launcher 3, and blue keys for launcher 4. The light will move beside the key you selected.

  • Press the green MODEL/MODE key in the middle top of the transmitter, as this is to select what kind of launcher you have (Green-Duck=8 shooter, 2-yellow=2 shooter, 3-Human=12 shooter, 4-goose = 4 shooter). Observe the lights on the left. Select the key you wish:
    • (note, you must use the re-loading keys with 8 shooters) Press the SEND/CLEAR button + the GUNNER POS 2 key.
    • YELLOW pheasant for 2-shooter,
    • BLUE goose for 4-shooter,
    • RED human for 12-shooter or 8-Shooter

  • Press the SEND/CLEAR button and confirm that the light goes out on the receiver. Did the light go out on the receiver?
YES / NO

FAQ

Old style Electronics

Bumper Boy launcher were designed to maintain and be fixed in the field. Understanding basic things like lubrication, replacing a servo and basic problem Trouble shooting will save you time and money. You must have a spare servo in order to provide field test. These can be purchased from Bumper Boy or a local Hobby store. (use Futaba 3003 or GWS)

First determine if the issue is a electronic issue or a mechanical or servo issue.

Determining Electronic Issues:

Identify the problem.

Power Problems

Communication Issues

Program, Change Sounds, Add a Second Unit

Mechanical Issues:


New style Electronics

Bumper Boy launcher were designed to maintain and be fixed in the field. Understanding basic things like lubrication, replacing a servo and basic problem Trouble shooting will save you time and money. You must have a spare servo in order to provide field test. These can be purchased from Bumper Boy or a local Hobby store. (use Futaba 3003 or GWS)

First determine if the issue is a electronic issue or a mechanical or servo issue.

Determining Electronic Issues:

Identify the problem.

Power Problems

Communication issues

Mechanical Issues

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