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To replace the Propeller on an Air Hogs Sky Stunt plane (I got this from their customer server number):
1.) Hold the propeller and turn the nose (at the grey plastic edge, not the rubber) counter clockwise (aka left) until the nose unscrews.
2.) Slid off the OLD propeller.
3.) Slid on the NEW propeller (You will notice there are slots on the propeller mount), need to line up the propeller with those slots.
4.) While holding NEW propeller, screw the nose back on (similar to step # 1) clockwise (aka right).
This situation happened to me too after using it like 10 times it doen't
charge anymore does anyone knw what to do and what is the neutral position for the rudder how does it have to do with charging the plane I know what the rudder is and where it is ,ut don't know how to put it into neutral position.Help???
i got a new model havoc heli and the trim buttons did not help at all... in the end I took a motor/prop off of an air hog styrofoam plane I had that was identical to the havoc heli tail rotor and swapped em out.. Problem solved... there was some sort of error with the tail rotor
The steering control only makes the copter rotate.
But if the heli is properly balanced a right turn should get you some forward motion. A left turn should just make it spin back to the left.
Adding weight to the front of the copter will give it continuous forward motion. Then you will lose the ability to hover.
If you visit the Air Hogs website (www.airhogs.com), select "need help" and then Havoc Heli, then crash course, the video will show you how it works.
I also find that climbing makes the heli spin left and descending makes it spin right. So full right for initial startup, then a little right when climbing, and a little left when descending helps to smooth things out.
Keep in mind that this is a very small and cheap helicopter. It took me a while to get used to flying in circles to the right but with practice I have been able to get it to go somewhat where I want it to. I can take off and land from the coffee table without crashing.
I have an Air Hogs havoc cyclone stunt plane. I am not sure if your plane has this, but on my plane's remote there left and right steering trim buttons. Play around with these until your plane flies correctly.
Practice on a smooth floor inside. Use only a little bit of power and slide and twist the helicopter around the floor without taking off. You will, after a lot of practice, learn to steer the helicopter much better without crashing.