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Initializing the EEPROM

If the LED flashes the EEPROM alarm code, or if you see "EEPROM error" upon entering the command mode, it means that your EEPROM requires initialization.

Connect to the transmitter, then type INIT and press Enter.
After a few seconds you should see:

EEPROM initialized

The EEPROM has been filled with the default values defined in arduinotx_eeprom.ino.
You can perform another initialization if you have messed up your settings.
You must perform another initialization if you have changed the CHANNELS constant in arduinotx_transmitter.h

Always reset the Arduino after EEPROM initialization.

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