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Auto Run Pairing

Step 1 - Set the Transmitter to DG mode. Press any button to activate. The transmitter will flash green every 4 seconds.
Step 2 - Set the toggle switch to the Launcher position (please refer to the mode chart).
Step 3 - Press and release the Mode Button with a pen on the back of the transmitter. Green light turns on, and the transmitter is now in Auto Run pairing mode.
Step 4 - Set the delay (time between launch) by using the rotary dial 1 to 6 seconds.
Step 5 (Launch only) - Select and press the Upper button (launch only, silent mode). Then the green light turns orange.
Step 5 (Sound & Launch) - Orange light changes to flashing. Select and press the Lower button (sound green. You are now paired and the & launch). Then the green light turns orange. Master Transmitter is in Dog & Gun mode.
Step 6 - Press and hold the Gun OR Button for 5 seconds on the DG.


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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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