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My first rc helicopter, S107g
Problems with balance
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GeorgiaS28
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October 10, 2013 - 10:42 pm

Its my first rc helicopter so I dont know much about flying, except for some videos i watched.

When i push the throttle stick up the helic. Of course starts goin up. In low heights it cant be at the same place n just going up or staying at the same position. Sometimes it goes backwards on its own (without its tail goin down) sometimes forwards and sometimes left or right but without spinning or turning. It just moves left.

Except for that sometimes it rotates n i use the rudder trim but i dont have the perfect result either. 

I had falls of course but mostly because its like it flies on its own.

I do the charging correctly.

what might be the problem?

thank you.

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Syma Freak
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October 12, 2013 - 8:23 pm
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Hi,crigon_04

Are you flying near a digital TV,Computer etc-these are infra red remotes,stay away from sunlight,try flying in a different room-SF

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October 26, 2013 - 4:52 am

Georgia S28,It's all in the learning cycle.Syma Freak gives good advice.Beyond that,there are a lot of moves you will find that help your flying.The important thing to remember is that it gets better as you go along.My first 107 is used for spare parts now.Looking back I wonder why I didn't see the problem and correct it.

Practice,practice,practice.You will tame this animal and learn to love this little flying ace.I can compare this situation to my golf game.Nothing is static.There are air movements,there are sleepy fingers,there are hesitations,and any thing else that can happen and probably will.In the end the reward is worth it all.Keep going,try new stuff(whatever you learn).The reward is coming if you have the nerve.ssig_goodjob2

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October 29, 2013 - 4:53 am

lew803 said
Georgia S28,It's all in the learning cycle.Syma Freak gives good advice.Beyond that,there are a lot of moves you will find that help your flying.The important thing to remember is that it gets better as you go along.My first 107 is used for spare parts now.Looking back I wonder why I didn't see the problem and correct it.

Practice,practice,practice.You will tame this animal and learn to love this little flying ace.I can compare this situation to my golf game.Nothing is static.There are air movements,there are sleepy fingers,there are hesitations,and any thing else that can happen and probably will.In the end the reward is worth it all.Keep going,try new stuff(whatever you learn).The reward is coming if you have the nerve.ssig_goodjob2

Yeah, that's what it sounds like to me. Even the slightest wind from a furnace, A/C, fan in the next room, etc. can move these little birds all over the place. Probably just something simple and stupid blowing the air, making it move around in unwanted ways. They're super sensitive, and the slightest air current, (You don't even have to be able to feel it) can move them around.

If it was an issue with the bird, it'd most likely just go in one direction, toilet-bowl-effect, or spin around, not go randomly around in straight lines all over the place.

Hope this helps! Keep on flying and keep us posted!!!

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October 30, 2013 - 4:53 pm
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Thanks guys you are awesome in your help on the forum,been really sick with this strange flu virus-back ok now but thanks for helping out here.

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