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S107 won't charge
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crashland
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May 10, 2011 - 3:58 am

My S107 will not charge. I only worked twice using both methods once.

When I attempt to charge via USB the light comes on but when I plug the cable into heli the light stays on instead of going out indicating that it's charging.

When I try to charge via the controller the light stays green instead if turning red to indicate it's charging.

I don't know what the problem is other then it must be the Heli itself.

BTW I purchased it from XHeli.

Any help is appreciated, 

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stuson
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December 23, 2011 - 2:05 am

I have a similar problem on 2  s107  helis.

 

The chargew light  never goes out and I get a minute or so on 1 and next to nothing on the other

 

I bought new chargers thinking they were the problem. 

 

How many charges should a battery get? I  have flown mine a fair bit  not  not hundreds  of times.

 

I have been putting them straight back on charge after flying even if I don't intend to fly it again,  and I see from a post  that  you should let them  cool down  before  charging again.

 

Might give the battery mod a shot!! 

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Supernova
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December 23, 2011 - 2:34 am

Let the batteries cool before and after charge, because they get hot and that can make them bloat or burn if left on. 

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Wingnut79
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December 27, 2011 - 3:49 am

I've has a somewhat similar issue with charging-- the light staying on when plugged into a USB port (I NEVER charge from the controller). 

 

 What I've found is the USB plug doesn't seem to make a very good connection in my laptop so wiggling it around a bit helps it get a good connection. After a bit of tinkering around, I've found that an unused phone charger (USB wall plug adapter) has been reliable in keeping a good connection for the heli's USB plug. 

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