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curt
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March 30, 2012 - 12:22 pm

Hey

Just thought i'd introduce myself and have a question. My name is curt. Live in michigan. Have become a little crazy with the syma 107g. Now have Two one red and one yellow. I love to repair them. and fly them. I am amazed at the engineering of this helicopter. I have always had a thing for helicopters and was looking for a toy one for my nephew and fell in love with them on you tube. This is the first time i have ever put my own present under the christmas tree. Any way my issue.

 

I started to lose power in my yellow helicopter and decided it was probably the battery. I could only fly low to the floor after a minute or two. I then lost the front motor. I replaced the motor and the battery and that solved the issue. My battery again lost power and i think i drained it all the way down once. I read on the forum that you shouldn't do that after the fact. So I replaced the battery again and it flies the same. No power and flies near the floor. My only conclusion is that maybe it is a gear slipping problem. Although when i turn the blades they are very smooth like my newer red copter. Any ideas are appreciated. reading this forum has helped me a lot.

                        Thanks curtCool

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CPD
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April 1, 2012 - 12:09 am

Just for something to try, go into the video section, and watch Bernie's one on gear slip, and try that out. If not, well, you might have crap batteries. Not that common, but a lot of the batteries you see on amazon are out of fake helis, and they might be just crap then.

 

The other side of that is that you had batterie issues then the blown motor, it might be fake, since the one motor in those is prone to failing. Just try fixing it, though. If you enjoy repairs, you'll have no problem, and when you get this thing all worked out, sorry to disapoint, but you're probably not going to need to repair it too often.

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