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baldrik
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June 30, 2014 - 9:39 am

My son has a 107g after only slight bumps it has developed a problem, on take off it seems to have a slight wobble TBE? any attempt to move forward or back results in this increasing and an uncontrollable heli. I have checked and repaired main shaft as in forum video's but no luck anyone tell me  if replacing main shaft would fix? And if so how do i get main shaft out? Or suggest any cause?

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Syma Freak
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July 6, 2014 - 6:18 pm
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Hi Confused, Sorry late reply. Now when I first started flying helis especially the Syma107 I crashed a lot. Replaced nearly the complete heli for a higher cost than buying a new one and keep the old for spares. Check for say dog hairs in shaft, dog bones, and also if props have any cracks, reason say that is I also make and fly quadcopters, one I crashed fixed but just was not the same, until I found a rotor was cracked, what am I trying to sauing is just recheck everything again- the problem is there.

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July 25, 2014 - 1:35 am
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Hi, To remove the main shaft the copter needs to be completely disassembled, and it could be just a simple matter to try and straighten the main shaft by hand.

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