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your repeater transmits at 147.120,your radio transmits on a different frequency to the reapeater otherwise you would repeat right from the radio,you need to program your radio and repeater together,try a baofung radio and vertex 100 repeater,i have them and they work good,the radio is 30 bucks on ebay
Make sure that the balancer wheel/rotor at the rear is not damaged while it had the fall/hit.
If so make sure that the tails is rectified. Once the rear is damaged the helicopter stabilizes on the movement of the rear rotor as the top main rotors need a counter balance.
So it is possible that this mechanism is damaged and must be recitfied.
you will need to do a few things.
Start by shocking the pool and then in 12 hours or so you will need to brush the sides and bottom
Now wait a few hours for the pool to settle and vacum
now clean out your cartridge and start filtering without the generator.
Now add in some liquid non foaming algecide
Now a day later repeat the brushing then vacum again clean filter and reapeat till your pool clears
Remeber to add a good stabilizer so that the chlorine that is generated holds longer and get test strips that read #'s to test salt you want to have the salt as close to 3000ppm as possible
Once pool is clear continue to use the non foaming algecide every week