QUOTE(RDC @ Apr 5 2013, 02:24 PM)
If there is no 1.6v then there's either an open or short from pin 23 of the MCU to the AN+ traces, or the MCU is shot.
If there is 1.6v and it's still now working after being cleaned and no traces are damaged, then there's something wrong with the ADC of the MCU internally, again shot.
There's really nothing to the Analog bit of the controller that can fail and be repaired. If the 1.6v for Reference is there on one side of the POT, Ground on the other side, then the center spot is what goes to the MCU with the changing voltage on it. If that changing voltage is there and it doesn't work correctly, then it's a bad MCU or something I've never seen before.
Yes, wireless receiver, either official and RF home made, tried several controllers before and my set up works just fine.
Will check the voltages!
Already cleaned entirely the controller, put some 10k resistors in place, readings are exactly the same, nothing changes.
My only idea is, the controller was on and charging, that way, water could really harm the controller if i'm not wrong.
Could the xtal be bad?
Edited by bidrug, 05 April 2013 - 10:25 PM.