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Remote will not control the helicopter

Got my son this helicopter for Christmas. Fully charged the Helicopter, and put in brand new batteries in the remote but the helicopter will not respond to the remote at all.

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Did you charge the helicopter.... you need to put the charging cable in to the copter. and charge up can use a usb power plug. when charged the light on the usb cable should light up or flash. also if you take the plastic cover off the front there is a battery in there and a board check to see what number its set on. it takes around 5 seconds for the remote to recognise the unit.

Posted on Dec 27, 2013

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  • James
    James Jan 03, 2014

    Thanks Russ. I did fully charge the helicopter. The light on the charging unit went from red to yellow and then to green. I actually charged it for about 6 hours because the instructions said the light would go off but it never did. I have confirmed that the battery in the Helicopter is working and I have tried 2 sets of brand new batteries in the remote but the red light (power on indicator) just keeps blinking and control of the helicopter is never achieved. Any ideas?

  •  Russ Hill
    Russ Hill Jan 03, 2014

    have you when charging had the control on and the elevator to the top. should not have any colours on while charging goes green when charged then goes off. try using a usb charger. these work better. and don't use the battery power. when you have just the lead into the helicopter the end should have a red light on it on the usb end. if not then there is now power coming out. if it has the led on then there is power but its not getting the right signal from the controller. try these things.

  •  Russ Hill
    Russ Hill Jan 03, 2014

    sorry should not flash colours. only when its charged.

  • Kyle H
    Kyle H Jan 03, 2015

    Yea the battery is fine and I pluged the red cord in and it make the noise it just won't flash red to link with controler and are you saying there is another internal battery?

  • Kyle H
    Kyle H Jan 03, 2015

    It just goes solid red and in have no control and I have tried May time the start up process

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