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Press the left button(LB(like on xbox controller spot))

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My Gyro s107g helicopter won't connect to the remote. It just sits there not moving or any lights turning on.


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Moving to solution section so more people will see it:

Infrared is different band of electromagnetic spectrum from radio and is subject to the same problems as radio waves, namely, noise, transmitter problems, and receiver problems. the receiving antenna will not be a wire, it will be a infrared photocell. The sending "antenna" will be an LED.

A few things to try..
- make sure that nothing is covered on your handset and the helicopter that did not come that way
- Switch channels
- try a different location to see if anything in the environment is interfering, it could be something generating a lot of heat (including bright lights or sunlight) or another infrared device, like a remote control or some wireless devices like headphones and 3D video game systems with active shutter glasses.
- turn everything else off where you are trying to fly - might have to unplug electronics and remove batteries from remotes to make sure they are not emitting
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Had the exact same problem. Found the solution on an Amazon posting:

1. To enable this function make sure both remotes and both helicopters are off.

2. Set the first remote's channel switch to the leftmost position (it says A, B, and C, but the s107 only supports 2 channels). Turn the remote on.?

3. Turn the helicopter that you would like to bind to the remote on and set the helicopter down on a flat stable surface for about 5 seconds. Try the throttle and the helicopter should respond to this remote.?

4. Next, to enable the second helicopter, set the second remote's channel switch to the rightmost position (it says A, B, and C, but the S107 only supports 2 channels). Turn the remote on.?

5. Turn the second helicopter on and set the helicopter down on a flat stable surface for about 5 seconds. Try the throttle and the second helicopter should respond to this remote.?


This worked for us.

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Side switch on GYRO to DS and make sure the servo is moving in correct direction. If not. reverse direction with switch on side of Gyro. You may need to reverse the controller of Rudder in settings on transmitter.

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