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Didn't use S107 for a couple weeks, now won't fly
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justrick
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May 13, 2012 - 12:47 am
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My S107 worked great for a couple weeks. Then we left it sitting in a cupboard for about a month. Now it won't seem to connect to the remote. The remote powers on fine (solid green light), the S107 powers on fine. The little green light near the rear of the S107 is solid, then flashes when I push the throttle on the remote -- so they're obviously linked.

Any thoughts? Is it possible the batteries in the remote aren't supplying enough juice to actually charge the heli? (When I plug it in, the light stays green--never turns to red.)

Thanks!

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Supernova
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May 13, 2012 - 5:15 am
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Hi justrick,

And welcome to the forum.

 

Try charging the heli from a usb port on your PC for about 45 mins and try again.

 

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It says, say something here --- so I have

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Raptor
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May 13, 2012 - 10:19 am
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Strange question, but did you leave it turned on when you put it in storage?

 

The green light on the helicopter should stay on, once the gyro has calibrated.

I had a similar problem with a secondhand helicopter once. Every time I tried to power it up, the battery's voltage dropped too low and reset the helicopter, thus making the green light flash.

Unfortunately, the solution was to replace the helicopters battery.

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