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I had an accident, and over the winter i replaced all the plastic with aluminum. i got everything together and wanted to adjust the pitch. when i plug the battery in the light blinks and stops. i move the throttle and the servos adjust but i get no motion with the blades? i have only flown it once before the accident. i need help

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