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Motor wire came unsoldered from c/b.
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Mikey
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December 3, 2014 - 8:40 am
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Hello all, this is my first post, so be gentle with me. After a hard crash, the red wire from the lead (front motor) became detached

from the circuit board. After turning on with bottom (or top) set of blades spinning (don't remember which set) I touched the red

wire to the front forward most post  on the switch side and the blade started spinning, and I soldered it there.  Is this where the red wire

goes or did I just get lucky? It is on the same terminal as the white wire coming from the rear motor.

I did not test any other terminal posts. I have found several photo's, but none show clearly the location of the wire. It does not seem to want

to fly "right". But that could be something else from crash.

  Thanks for any comments on this.   

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JamDJ
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December 3, 2014 - 3:14 pm
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Greetings, Mikey

Welcome to our forum! Unfortunately I don't have a lot of

personal experience with the inner-workings of the 107 circuit board,

I'm quite shure that there are other members on here who can help you.

(Attn: other members, please help!!) 

Meanwhile, when you say that it doesn't fly "right" I assume you mean

"correctly", can you be more specific? What is it doing or

not doing? Perhaps I can help you there. Don't be afraid of crashes, as we

have all smacked up a few of these addictive little buggers. We are all here to help!

Enjoy the forum and we are glad you are on board Flight S107!

double-thumbs-up-thanks-smiley-emoticon  for joining us!

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December 22, 2014 - 9:37 am
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I'd Like to welcome W9LW!

Obviously both of us are Amateur Radio Operators.

He has his Amateur Radio Operator call sign for his user name.

Mine happens to be N0DGN. (Operating since 1980.)

Regards, Bob, Robert, Sarge, or even N0DGN.

Pretty much anything except late for eats!

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