FlySky GT3B Transmitter Trigger Replacement

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FlySky GT3B Transmitter Trigger Replacement by trazor Apr 27, 2013
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Is no secret that the FlySky GT3B (also under Eurgle and Turnigy brands) has an awesome value for the price. Neither is a secret that the trigger reverse pin breaks easily.
Here is my fix. Print with support. There are some tricky places to remove the support. You can do it with patience. Then, slide the part in your trigger. No glue is necessary since it clamps very well.

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(Can you make the finger hole a bit larger for my fat finger.. or even a open trigger style?

You're my man!
Nice to see, that I'm not the only one with this Problem. :) Have broken my second Transmitter-Trigger now and I'm happy to see, that I now can repair both with minimum of work.

Thanks a lot!

Glad to hear this is still useful. :) Good luck with the repair job.

Welcome to the club :).
The printrbot "simple" si very cheap and recommended if you want to start in 3d printing.

Great idea.

I broke the trigger on mine last night (I don't have the means to print one of these myself (yet).

Welcome to the club.
The printrbot "simple" si very cheap and recommended if you want to start in 3d printing.