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Check the wiring where you plug in the charger to the helicopter. There is a red wire with quick disconnects. If its loose (the quick disconnect) you get this problem. In my case the helicopter came out of the box with this completely disconnected. It was hard to connect because there wasn't enough slack wire but once we did it the white light on the front of the helicopter came on and we were flying.
depening on the size of the copter if it is a motorized one then you need to check the pitch of the main rotors and check that the collective is working in conjunction with the increase of revs from the motor ie more revs = more lift
the amount of pitch required should be in the setting up instructions
hope this helps
make sure that you read the manual, followed all the setup instructions( how to arrange the blades, how long to charge it for the first time, etc.) , and the helicopter is on a flat surface. If the problem persists contact the store to return it or the customer service of the company.
Yes if the rear propeller does not work the helicopter cannot be made to turn around. So it is important that the rear rotor works.
Now make sure that the drive is working to let the motor work , if controlled by the remote make sure the remote command works or is a fault in the remote.
Check the mechanics of the rotor movement. reset.
0) Obviously, helicopter will operate best when fully charged... if
charging light gets brighter when unplugged from helicopter, then it's
not at full charge. Charge fully, then allow battery to cool for 10
minutes. Good batteries in remote also. 1) Power on helicopter. 2)
Place on level surface and let gyroscopes sync. There is a red light
inside the body (NOT the red/blue flasher in the nose) that will blink
when you turn helicopter on, and will keep blinking until craft is level
and stable for a few seconds, then will stop blinking. 3) Make sure left joystick is all the way down. 4) Power on remote. 5) Throttle up (left joystick) until blades move and then all the way back down. This should get you flying. Let me know.
I had a similar problem with mine, check if the central shaft on which the blades turn hasn't become lose and is no longer engaging the gears on the underside of the helicopter.
If the whole shaft can move up and down then this probably means it has come loose, you can solve this by squeezing the lower set of blades towards the bottom gear with your fingers. You should feel the bottom blades move slightly down, if you push them too far they will stick against the main body so you might need to pull them up slightly.