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Syma X1 Eversion issue
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adetmer80
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November 9, 2013 - 9:05 am

Hello everyone.  I'm new here.

I've been flying my X1 for several months now.  When I first had my X1 the eversion button worked no problem.  I noticed that when the wind was giving the quad a hard time it would override and not allow the eversion button to beep/activate.  Then over time even when it was steady it seemed random when it would let me flip.  Now the eversion button does not work at all.  I have notice a very tiny, and I do mean tiny, vibration in one or two rotors from their axles have a slight bend in them.

I cannot get a response at all from Syma, and I can not find anything online about this except people trying to program the flip command into a different transmitter.

Does anyone have any times or a similar experience???

 

thanks and have a great weekend!

Aaron

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CPD
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November 10, 2013 - 4:22 am

Hello, and welcome to the forum! I don't personally own a X1 or any quad, but I think I could probably help with a few basic things.

A. The bent motor axle's probably just from normal bumps and bangs, and isn't surprising, and unless it's too bad, shouldn't be much of a problem. 

B.--And this is the part where I'll tell you now that I'm in over my head-- As far as the flip button, I'm assuming that from what you're saying with the wind not letting it do it, there's probably a failsafe to keep it from flipping half-way and getting blown all over the place. However, since I don't actually have one to go off of, this is a guess. Sounds like either the button itself isn't working, but that would probably be an all-or-nothing thing, or there's something telling the quad "Nope, not safe to flip." Could be that they have the gyro set-up so that when you don't have it moving, but it feels movement/tilt from the wind, then it won't flip, and if something damaged the gyro, it could affect it, however, again, this is just a guess.

Personally, I'd go the safe route, and PM Supernova--he's the resident quadrotor expert, and do what he says.

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November 12, 2013 - 10:23 pm
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If you are getting vibrations is simple you have crashed and props are bent also motors not pushed into the gears enough, as for flipping you need to have that on 100% mode on your remote The LCD screen displays helicopter trim data. The transmitter also allows you to choose between an “L” or “H” mode. This sets the sensitivity or “speed” of the controls and the motors. With the setting on “L” the X1 is less responsive and inherently more stable. With the setting on “H” mode the X1 is awaken and a lot more responsive. Additionally you can depress the top right button of the transmitter and activate the “Flip Mode” This feature deactivates some of the gyros that maintain stability and allows the pilot to perform flips and rolls.

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