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Single Rotor Replacement Causing TBE
Tags: Syma X9
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January 2, 2012 - 3:16 pm
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My son received an S107G for Christmas and we have been having a blast with it. So much so that we ordered a couple more.  While learning to fly it, he took a large chip out of one of the rotor blades (bottom pair). It still seems to fly fine, but we ordered a kit of parts anyway. When we replaced the one damaged rotor blade, it started to TBE. When I switched back to the damaged one, it stabilized. All indications are that these are genuine parts (blade has the 2B mark, etc). I haven't yet tried replacing the pair yet. Any thoughts on why this would cause the TBE problem?




January 3, 2012 - 12:41 am
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Could be the rotors are out of balance, try to replace both. 

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