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I bought my rc syma s107 heli last month, and I dont see any problem with it. But the problem on the long run is, I screwed my heli just to check inside then screwed it back when I started to fly it the the blades are rotating and at the same time the body of the heli are also rotating. Any one can help me to fix this. Thank You and More powers to all.
When you took the body off the heli what else might you have touched, did you loosen any other small screws?
Double check whether your gear teeth are perfectly connected........ any loose connection between them will cause this........
agreed. observe if only one set of blades is being properly driven; you could have gear alignment issues.
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can someone help me please....I have the syma s111g and I just bought a replacement kit from amazon and I replaced the 4 blades but now when I try and fly it the top and bottom blades hit eachother. I see that the blades have the numbers 2 and 4 on them. does it matter which blades I put where? right now I have blades numbered 2 and 4 on the top and then 2 and 4 on the bottom again. and it seems that the top blades are sagging downward a bit......I am not familiar with this and just want to fix this for my son. any advice?
Hi, have you connected the small buckles back up from top blades to fly bar ok?
Crawas, I took a look at mine and hopefully this will help: The buckles are the small dog-bone shaped parts
that connect the flybar assembly to the upper blade assembly near the shaft. There should be two of these.
Also, do the blades sag when the 111 is stationary? Do they hit when in flight? On mine, the blades will hit
when the 111 is at rest. When flying, the centrifical force keeps them apart "unless you are trying to turn
too fast!" This is known as 'blade buckle' and will happen, moreso on the S30 series.
I am concerned about this because in my honest opinion, I think the S111 is the smoothest and most
enjoyable heli to fly that Syma makes in this size category. I smacked one up beyond repair 2 or 3 years ago
and missed it so much I bought another one!
Good luck and happy, safe flying!
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