Someone gave me a copter the up control ch 1 works but the left right does not do anything. is it for changing the direction of the rear motor because it dose nothing an all i can do is go up and down and copter just keeps spining around when goes up.can you help?
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It would not sync. solution was to assume poor technical writing.
step zero. turn the controller off.
step one. plug in the battery to the copter.
step two. QUICKLY turn the controller on. if you miss this small window of time, it is going to fail. The copter light blinks fast during this period, and if it slows the blink rate, then you have waited too long.
Hi, My X107 MINI HELICOPTER does not receive transmit anymore. It was working fine before. It only flys if I hold the remote control right next to the sensor. If I move it away it loses transmit. Both units have full power. How do I solve this problem.
it appears that the helicopter dynamically configures the control channel upon first detection of a signal from a controller. So, If you 1) turn off the helicopter, then 2) turn on the controller, then 3) select the desired channel on the controller, then 4) turn the helicopter back on, then 5) hold the throttle down on the controller, the helicopter will start up (after a slight delay) and be controlled via the new channel.
did you turn the radio on first. It must be powered up with the throttle stick at minimum. Turn power on and then move stick to maximum and back to minimum. The remote lite should stop flashing and then power on helicopter.
This problem can be especially confounding because the way the copter distributes torque on a slick floor can be a spin opposite to what you see in the air!
The solution is to get the machine in the air quickly and make your trim adjustment based on that. The tail rotor is very sensitive as you know so you need to be working that stick constantly to acheive trim, this is part of what flying an RC copter is all about. A four channel copter is much harder to fly but your dragonfly can prepare you for this.