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    TBS CORE PNP50 Outage

    I had a complete FPV outage right after the start yesterday:



    I have flown several battery packs before, without any issue. Back at home I noticed that the CORE doesn't seem to power my VTx anymore. Cables and connectors look all fine. After removing the heatshrink from the CORE (I use it without it's case in a mini) everything started to work as usual again.

    Now I'm looking for the cause to prevent this from happening again. Can this be a heat issue or something? Under what circumstances would the CORE cut the VTx power?

    Here are two pictures of my CORE, I also hot glued the VTx and cam cables & connectors before I applied the heat shrink:

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    While putting everything back together, I also checked the CORE settings and noticed that some of the settings have changed. Seems like the CORE has reset itself to factory settings.

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