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My new Estes WE2012 is fully charged but won't lift and fly, is there any way to fix that

It spins around, but basically doesn't fly!

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Hi,
There is a problem on the motor gear, check the underside where you could see a big gear that should spin when you try to lift the helicopter. Check both big gears if they rotate/spins.
Usually the problem is the small gear on the motor shaft that is not aligned to that big gear. Check on it and adjust the small gear of the motor.

Hope that copter flies high.
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