Question about SYMA Toys industrial Syma S022 Big Chinook Rc Helicopter Balance Bar Set
I have the Chinook Helicopter as well and the top propeller stopped working. I found that the motor does not spin at all and when I unplug it from the back and plug it into the front the motor works fine. So the problem must be with the circuit board. The solder points seam to be fine on the board its self and I do not see any chard parts on the board. Is there any quick solution to this problem or do I kneed to get a new circuit board?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you've crashed your MASH helicopter and need new rotor blades, grips,
or even a new flybar then you're grounded until new parts arrive. Enter
the crash kit
- a carefully chosen assortment of the most commonly needed replacement
parts, all in one convenient and discounted package. If you keep one of
these on hand, you won't have to stop flying and wait for new parts in
the mail again. The MASH helicopter was designed to be user-serviceable
just like larger fuel and electric helis. If you've got a broken part,
then it's almost certain that it can be replaced without anything more
complicated then a screwdriver. This guide will walk you through
replacing the most common parts:
Replacing Main Rotor Blades The main rotor blades can become cracked in a severe crash and pieces can break off. While it's completely possible to fix small cracks and dings with some medium CA glue and accelerator, this can negatively affect blade balance and make the helicopter vibrate. It's easier and faster to replace the old blade so here's how to do it:
3.Install the replacement blade and tighten the screw just enough so that the blade swings freely when you tilt the helicopter, but is secure enough that it won't fly off. This has to be done by feel - it's not critical that the screw is perfectly adjusted, but the blade should feel secure and move freely.
4.Repeat this for any other rotor blades that need replaced. It's helpful to install them one at a time to keep track of the orientation.
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