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My s107 has been flying great. I recently replaced the battery. I had the wires twisted on just to test it...seemed to fly good. Then I solder it up, put the cover back on....
Now it flies...then all of sudden there is sudden acceleration. I still can control it left and right put it ends up hitting my high ceiling and drops over 15ft. bam! Anyone have ideas what's going on?
thanks in advance
I guess it flew ok until you changed the battery? I would think two things: One you might have dropped some solder on the mother board, creating a problem. 2nd problem might be but should not effect acceleration is the battery is not centered correctly, giving center or gravitation out, do not think that is the case. Check mother board for soldering problems, did you put heat shrink tubes on wires soldered or tape...shooting in the breeze here trying to work out your problem
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