The truck looks and moves really well mate, but I don't know how you remember what switch does what
it is easy to remember what switch does what
I forgot to demonstrate the fifth channel turning on and off the beacons and the sixth channel to release the tailgate on the skip, which is controlled by the Sixth channel knob
The two switches with white arrows pointing to them are the function switches
The colour code on the others are
Two red dots = trainer switch (not used)
One red dot = channel 7 for the fore and aft movement of the skip
Orange dot = rotary pot on channel 6 used to release the tailgate on the skip when in tipper mode
Green dot = dual rate switch (not used)
Blue dot = channel 5 used to turn the beacons on and off
The left hand white arrowed switch, if flicked to the right, cycles between the horn and tip functions and flicked to the left puts the truck in "rev" mode.
The right hand white arrowed switch, if flicked towards the rear of the TX, turns the Hazards on and off and if flicked towards the front of the TX, it cycles through the headlights as shown in the video.
To turn the truck on and off via the TX the left hand white arrowed is held to the right and the right hand white arrowed switch is flicked to the rear of the TX, but if the headlights are left on you get the headlights warning beep.
the radio is a great unit, but the R7M Receiver lets the side down by defaulting into full throttle mode if you lose the signal or the battery's go below 4.4volts