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Helicopter not stable

While flying, the helicopter is not stable. it takes off and starts circling in wider and wider circles. I have tried to correct with trim but this is happening while its vertical axle is stable and the nose of the helicopter points always in the same direction, while circling. I guess that the gyro does not work correctly. If so can the gyro be replaced?

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    sergio_sciar Jan 24, 2013

    Hi I have tried that and it seems it reduced the TBE behaviour but did not stop that .I have ordered a new inner shaft, and see what happens once replaced

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Hi, I had a toilet bowl effect after changing the blades on my s107g. After making sure the shaft was seated properly, I simply adjusted the tension on the screws holding the blades in position and after a bit of trial and error tightening and loosening: it's as good as new!

Posted on Jan 22, 2013

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    sergio_sciar Jan 24, 2013

    sergio_sciar Jan 24, 2013 Hi I have tried that and it seems it reduced the TBE behaviour but did not stop that .I have ordered a new inner shaft, and see what happens once replaced

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SOURCE: My S107 does not hover

The upper shaft 'T' head has a broken pin in it (the part that holds the blades. You can flip the heli upside down and slightly rotate the blade housing back and forth and IT SHOULDN'T do that. Another way to instantly identify it is dislocate the rotor head links and the upper blade housing should instantly separate) It's made of plastic.

Anyway, It's also called the "T.B.E." Toilet Bowl Effect. It's not 'really' what's taking place, it's move of a cyclic issue but the effect looks like it's swirling in a toilet bowl... You need to replace the inner shaft basically on the upper rotor. They cost anywhere from $4-7.00 bucks. It took me about 2 days of researching and purchasing another one to finally figure it out. There was another website that says the balance bar is it or the gyro has gone bad; this simply isn't true.

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Posted on Jan 05, 2011

SOURCE: so i have the syma

Make sure the drive shaft is seated properly. Gently, but firmly push it down towards the body both above and below bottom rotor. Also check shaft for any hair, thread or such thing that may be wrapped around it.

Let me know if you're still having issues, and we'll dig a little deeper.

PvT

Posted on Sep 14, 2011

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