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Leds stay on and do not blink,

Cannot get any response from copter

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Hi. I have the same issue.
RC has brand new batteries, switches on and see to work properly.
Quad is charged. But LED will not blink.
RC and Quad do not see to connect.
RC lights keeps blinking.

What happened ? As far as I know nothing unsual. I bumbed the quad slightly on the roof of the living room where I was fligh it. Nothing unsual. I landed it a bit roughly. Then it stopped responding. I assumed charge was empty but when I charged , nothing happened.

Posted on Aug 01, 2014

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