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problems with new bought S107N
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hansvotti
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June 23, 2013 - 9:26 pm
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Hello

 

On the market of Rotterdam yesterday i bought a helicopter for my son to play with.

it has flown twice and now a problem occurs:

 

When after charging turning on the helicopter, the led light starts flashing, but wont start to burn continuosly and the helicopter wil not listen to the control

 

Could someone tell me 1 what this means. 2 how to fix that 3 what is the proper sequence for turning on, first heli or first remote?

 

thanks in advance

 

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JimRuppel
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June 26, 2013 - 8:58 am
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I'm new to this also. If it's the green light on the board maybe the batteries in the remote are bad. I have a battery in the helicopter going bad and it also has trouble syncing.

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Hi Guys,Let us start from the beginning--Say the Syma heli is charged ok- make sure heli turned off.Then place heli on a flat surface,turn on remote making sure you are not near anything digital like TV,next turn on heli and wait until green flashing light on mother board stops flashing,then your heli should be binded to your remote ready to fly- leave 15 minutes after flying before recharge to cool battery-These are basic points that are on the forum but can take time to find-does that help your problems?

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Thanks

 

That is basiccally what goes on, and i guess the patience is the key. One thing that strikes me as odd is that everybody has a green led light, whilst we have a red one. a copy perhaps?

 

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From all I've read, a red light is a copy, green for the real deal.

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JimRuppel said
From all I've read, a red light is a copy, green for the real deal.

 

That's generally correct. Green is generally Syma and rebrands, while red is generally knock offs. It can be tricky to get the right combo of turning on remote, heli, full throttle up/down then flying. Some helis like the remote, then the heli, some like the heli, then the remote. Been so busy, I haven't gotten to fly mine since before finals week about two months ago, so I forget what combo mine use. 'Bout a month and a half's time, and I'll have a lot more to worry about than helis, we've got a lot going on right now, and we can't do any of it because a monsoon season has set in. Hay needed brought in a month ago, but the rains are too constant, and pretty soon, it won't be worth it to cut it. But, the rains are supposed to last for another week or more, by which point we might as well leave it in the field. Then after we get that taken care of, we have a truck to rebuild and get back up and running, then off to college to learn me some books and have zero time for anything yet again. :/ Sorry for not having been around much.

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CPD said

JimRuppel said
From all I've read, a red light is a copy, green for the real deal.

 

That's generally correct. Green is generally Syma and rebrands, while red is generally knock offs. It can be tricky to get the right combo of turning on remote, heli, full throttle up/down then flying. Some helis like the remote, then the heli, some like the heli, then the remote. Been so busy, I haven't gotten to fly mine since before finals week about two months ago, so I forget what combo mine use. 'Bout a month and a half's time, and I'll have a lot more to worry about than helis, we've got a lot going on right now, and we can't do any of it because a monsoon season has set in. Hay needed brought in a month ago, but the rains are too constant, and pretty soon, it won't be worth it to cut it. But, the rains are supposed to last for another week or more, by which point we might as well leave it in the field. Then after we get that taken care of, we have a truck to rebuild and get back up and running, then off to college to learn me some books and have zero time for anything yet again. :/ Sorry for not having been around much.

Yo,we have had more rain in Sydney for past 10 years,been through two droughts,not sure like it raining every day,but now the politicians are blaming it on God,all governments loose one thing-is the here and now-enjoy the rain CPD

 

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