Spark plug guy Help !!

Built gas models in 1950 ....... Spark plugs Got Radioshack x-ec diversion from Megatech for grandson. Help an old modeler !!!
Thanks Guys !!
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snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net (Robert Hagstrom) wrote in message

Sir, the X-EC Diversion is not that complicated. It comes completely assembled with a set of instructions. All you should need to do is add batteries and go flying.
Please, if you have a specific question ASK IT. Don't beat around the bush spouting incomprehensible, random sentences. For example, what does the fact that you built gas models in 1950 have to do with the fact that you bought a small electric model for your grandson? What do spark plugs have to do with any of it?
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I believe that Robert used the word "Spark plugs" to indicate that his last experience with model airplanes was back in the days when model airplane engines were all ignition....way back before Ray Arden brought out the glo plug. Those were indeed the good old days in many ways, but a lot has changed since then.As Mathew suggests, Robert, you will have to ask specific questions of this group to get any answer to whatever problem you have. Good luck. Pete Baylinson

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