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Shuttle 9094 r/c helicopter spinning on take-off

Hello. having recently purchased the mentioned remote control helicopter i have found it almost impossible to start the chopper without it spinning on take-off. the instruction manual is in poor english but mentions calibrating the "potentiometer" on the "chopper circuit board" via adjusting a screw... however, i can not seem to locate the potentiometer screw and am unsure where the "trim" button is either.
can you help me please and advise of how i can try to make the chopper take-off without spinning..!
your help would be greatly appreciated!
thankyou

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  • faridKL Mar 04, 2009

    can someone post the photo where to make an adjustment....

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Usually trim adjustments are on the controller... not on the vehicle itself.
a potentiometer os a fancy word for dial adjustment. It wont be a metal screw, but probably a metal square with a plastic looking slot that can be turned. usually white or blue plastic

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