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Spectra A7

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Muxlow

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Hey,

So im my spectra the RSS is saying its a A5 control head when really its an A7.
How do i change that in spectra lab?
Batlabs only has the hex for an A7 and A9 and i need the one for an A7

Any help?
 

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Are you sure it really is an A7 head? Maybe someone just put an A5 circuit board into an A7 plastic faceplate.
 
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