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How to replace s032 tail rotor - SYMA Toys industrial Syma S032 Ready to Fly Gyro

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    futurecomm01 Feb 07, 2012

    the wire/metal stud coming out of the rotor tail assembly has a small bend to it. i'm afraid to push to hard because i don't want to damage anything. how firm should force the new tail rotor on?



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Look at this posting. Should help ya. I am looking into a similiar issue with my tail rotar. :) Once I find out more info, I will update if I get any different answers. ;)
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My new MJX F645 won't fly


Does it power up and the main rotors spin? If you have no power it could be a faulty battery.

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Nov 05, 2013 | SYMA Toys industrial Syma S032 Ready to...

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Blades hit each other on syma s032

sounds like an alignment issue or damaged rotor

Jul 30, 2012 | SYMA Toys industrial Syma S032 Ready to...

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We have lost our instruction manuals for our rc heicopters. is the small tail propellar supposed to spin? we can't get them to liftoff the main propellars seem to be working fine.

Sadly, Bob is incorrect here. In a coaxial helicopter, the main rotors spin in opposite directions, equalizing the centrifugal force and allowing the craft to hover without spinning, fine-tuned by the adjustment of the trim control. The counter-rotating main blades and internal gyroscopes provide a stable hover, while the tail rotor serves only to push the rear of the chopper up or down, providing the forward/backward thrust. If you are not moving the right joystick, you tail rotor should be stationary, or perhaps moving lazily from the wash of the main rotors. Sounds like a charging issue. What type of charger are you using? Also, Li/Po batteries are not meant to be fully discharged. Fully draining a Li/Po too many times, ESPECIALLY when they are new, will ruin them. Luckily the batteries on an 032 are easily replaceable. Available on Amazon and many other online retailers, and replaced in about 1 minute with only a small screwdriver. With a new Li/Po, charge them FULLY with the correct charger, and always stop the flight as soon as you are having to give it full power to maintain altitude. Also CRUCIAL is you MUST MUST MUST let the battery rest and cool for after a flight, wait a good 10 minutes BEFORE you connect the heli to the charger, and another 10 minute cool down after charging before you fly.
Hope this helps

Aug 19, 2011 | SYMA Toys industrial Syma S032 Ready to...

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My syma s032 now won't hover consistently but moves up and down slowly of its own accord. I can compensate by continually moving the joystick. I did have a couple of crashes though they were...

Could possibly be weak remote batteries?
Also, the s032 has an incremental throttle (you should feel very light "clicks" when moving left joystick {throttle} up or down) that can sometimes make steady hovering a challenge. Syma helicopters are fairly durable, but crashes can make them kind of shaky. Be sure to quickly throttle down fully when you are about to have any kind of blade strike or crash. If you crashed outdoors, check to make sure no blades of grass or other foreign items are in near the gears, and check the shaft for anything wrapped around it that might be slowing one or both main rotors. (even a stray long hair can muck things up) Is it exhibiting any other symptoms?
Still getting similar flight time?

Hope this helps, let me know.

Jun 29, 2011 | SYMA Toys industrial Syma S032 Ready to...

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I replace a motor on my SO32 and now both rotors rotate the same way. What's up with that? I don't know what to look for.

Dear Bmjjhh,

kindly carry out the following steps.

1. Observing from top the bottom rotor should rotate in anticlockwise direction while top rotor should rotate clockwise - identify which rotor is rotating in opposite direction.

2. Another way is that the rotation of both heads top and bottom should be towards the leading edge of the rotor blades respectively.

3. Once the motor is itentified which is rotating in the wrong direction go to the electronic receiver pcb and disconnect motor coupler.

4. Using a paper pin lift the small plastic notches in the motor connector and pull out the wires gently.

5. reverse the position of the wires and insert the wires in the coupler again and plug it in the pcb.

6. Check direction of rotation it should be fine now.

Have a wonderful flying


Jan 25, 2011 | SYMA Toys industrial Syma S032 Ready to...

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Hi, I purchased a SYMA SO32 helicopter at Christmas and apart from the odd crash it has been great fun, the problem is, it is now vibrating badly and difficult to control in flight. I have recently...

Dear tommy, problem could be one or combination of factors mentioned below:-
1. outer shaft bent, thus gyrating. 2. please check weights of main rotors set A & set B. Both rotors of each set should have the same weight. rotor balance 3. Drive gear wobble.
There seems nothing else that can go wrong in s032
regards sanjay

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Brand new unit forward and reverse seems very slow moves a little then just hovers.

Make sure you're charging fully, until the light on the charger doesn't get ANY brighter when you unplug the helicopter. Also, battery must be allowed to cool 10 minutes after flying AND another 10 minutes after charging.
Most crucial is that you must never fully discharge battery. Fully draining a Li/Po even once (especially when it's new) can cripple or ruin your battery. As soon as you are unable to maintain altitude, land copter and power it off. Also, there is a button on the remote, labelled "tail motor speed switch" located near the trim control. With it in the "off" or up position the tail motor is much slower allowing for more precise control. When button is pushed to the down or "on" position, tail motor moves faster giving more tilt, and thereby much more forward/reverse 'thrust'. Verify that tail rotor is moving when right joystick is actuated (and that it reverses when right stick is pulled in opposite direction) and that it isn't loose on it's shaft... this can be tested by verifying tail rotor spin in one direction then reversing joystick... tail rotor should instantly start spinning in the other direction with NO hesitation, if it slows and then starts spinning in other direction or anything like that then it's loose. Turn helicopter upside down then VERY CAREFULLY apply a small drop of super glue where the shaft meets the tail rotor, be very cautious to not get any glue near where the shaft comes out of the motor, and do not turn right side up until glue is fully dry.

Hope this helps,

Jan 07, 2011 | SYMA Toys industrial Syma S032 Ready to...

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How to replace rear rotar

Just the rear rotor itself? Or the motor as well?
Tail rotor pops right off, and replacement will pop onto the shaft easily. A small, very carefully applied, drop of super glue will keep tail rotor on firm. If doing that, I recommend you turn the helicopter upside down and then pay close attention that you don't get any glue near where the shaft meets the motor, and don't turn it over again until glue is totally dry.
If the motor needs to be replaced, you'll need soldering equipment, it's a really simple wiring job, but the wires are barely thicker than a hair and not very easy to access. Not recommended unless you're very confident with a soldering gun.
Hope this helps,

Jan 03, 2011 | SYMA Toys industrial Syma S032 Ready to...

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My s032 dont seem to hover very well and back and forward dont work very well

are you sure the battery is fully charged the light on the charger
should shine brightly but you might of overcharged it if you have had it on for 90 mins

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