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Syma Freak
December 29, 2013 - 1:56 pm
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Thanks CPD, have a great 2014 to you and all your family and thank you for all your help on the forum.ssig_goodjob2

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December 28, 2013 - 4:32 am

Yeah, been just a *tad* busy with school. I was just flipping through these so fast trying to get something down for all of them that seemed like an answer, I didn't even see that this was you! Lol.

I'll stand by SF on the battery thing--they're really iffy to buy a battery, since they just let them sit in a warehouse, and usually just send out the oldest ones first. If they send a good one, then that should fix the issues, and if not, somebody here'll be able to helpya!

December 28, 2013 - 2:20 am

Hey CPD,Haven't heard from you in a while.Academics keeping you busy?

Sure could use some advice.I've sent to company for a reorder of the battery.Seems to discharge rapidly. Battery shows full discharge when I check right after flying.New battery but battery problems are not unknown.Company will replace for no cost.Banggood policy works when you follow their instructions.They respond immediately.ssp_santahat2

December 27, 2013 - 3:33 am

To a certain degree, this is to be expected. In normal operation, the heli turns by slowing/speeding up one or both of the bladesets. (not positive on which way they do it--hard to tell, after all) However, this shouldn't be causing it to nearly stop the blades.

Might be a board issue, or it could be a battery that's blown and not powering it too much. I'd say we need more of an electrical expert on this one.

December 26, 2013 - 1:56 am

 I've also found that when I hold the plane and run the controls there is a distinct slowing down of the blades on the right rudder control and a distinct speed up of the blades on the left rudder control.If I continue to hold right rudder the motor will stop entirely.Think this is a controlboard issue?This problem may cause the battery discharge problem mentioned in my other post.

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