Cool!!!!order done,jhsa wrote:Yes they look like they are the same part.
In my opinion, You need to get that working in order to find out if there is any other damage, unless you own an oscilloscope.
Do you have a trainer cable ( 3.5mm jack plug to 3.5mm jack plug)? With that (instead of the oscilloscope ) you could test if the radio is outputting a PPM signal to the module. It already did happen that removing/inserting the module with the radio ON, damaged the processor pin that outputs that signal. Some people were lucky though..
But another little test, when you turn the radio off, does it wait a second or two before it turns off, displaying "shutting down", or does it turn off immediately as soon as you turn the power switch off?
I don't have oscilloscope but I do have the trainer cable and is working on the PC, so ppm signal good, right?.
An the other test , when I turn the radio off t does wait a sec or two displaying the "shutting down"
Oh! man ...this are good sign , right?