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The instructions say that the helicopter is to be turned "on" when charging, but the green light on the controller/charger only goes on when the helicopter switch is iin the off position

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It's a typo in the instructions. The helicopter must be turned off to be chaged

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The helicopter should be shut off while charging

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Where is the switch? I can't even get mine to connect to the remote

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As far as the green light on the charger not coming on: after I tested the batteries in the remote, I found that it was due to 2 of the 6 batteries in the remote control being dead (0.1volts) The charger probably sucks the power out of the #1 and #6 battery.

Make sure all batteries in the Remote have the same charge.

Also, there seems to be a loose contact in the charger plug prongs. You will have to find a way to sit the helicopter so that it stays in contact with the prongs while charging. Mine has to be on it's side to keep the green charger light on.

Good luck!

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