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Flutterbye fairy charged and spinning rotors, but not enough thrust for lift off anymore. doesn't seem to be able to kick into high gear anymore.

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I have no soulution, mine does this as well, I just got it 3 days ago! Shure it's been in a few crashes (Learning to fly it) but it was working fine and now it wont take off!

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Mostly all the micro copters problem are the battery and the the pinion gear that's been worn out.
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My fairy just spins on the base and I have lost the instructions,please can you help


The defect with this toy is cheap design. What is happening is the weights at the waist are support to spin, and lift the top set wings. This causes it to take off. There is a little plastic piece inside shaped like an 8. One side of the 8 is attached to a small round ball attached to the weights (the round ball snaps into the top loop of the 8) and the other side of the 8 is attached to a plastic ball to the top wings. When off the weights hang down and so do the wings. When it starts the weights spin (lifting up) and they are suppose to lift the wings, since there attached to each other. Since the fairy has some violent crashes, the plastic 8 attachment dislodges off one of the other or both. I found on my daughters fairy both were snapped off and the small plastic 8 was laying in the waist. I reattached them and it worked fine for about 5 minutes and it came off again. Now we have lost the 8 piece and out of luck. To try and fix yourself. You can twist off the legs (just turn counter clockwise while pulling lightly). Once the legs are off lift the head off. A stem is attached with a washer, don't lose the washer. Look inside the waist and you will see the little plastic balls hanging off the side of the weights and wings. To fix just snap the 8 piece over the round balls. Probably won't last long because the plastic is already damaged some what and will come off easier each time it reattached. You will need a very small screwdriver to reach down to snap on or dental tools.

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The defect with this toy is cheap design. What is happening is the weights at the waist are support to spin, and lift the top set wings. This causes it to take off. There is a little plastic piece inside shaped like an 8. One side of the 8 is attached to a small round ball attached to the weights (the round ball snaps into the top loop of the 8) and the other side of the 8 is attached to a plastic ball to the top wings. When off the weights hang down and so do the wings. When it starts the weights spin (lifting up) and they are suppose to lift the wings, since there attached to each other. Since the fairy has some violent crashes, the plastic 8 attachment dislodges off one of the other or both. I found on my daughters fairy both were snapped off and the small plastic 8 was laying in the waist. I reattached them and it worked fine for about 5 minutes and it came off again. Now we have lost the 8 piece and out of luck. To try and fix yourself. You can twist off the legs (just turn counter clockwise while pulling lightly). Once the legs are off lift the head off. A stem is attached with a washer, don't lose the washer. Look inside the waist and you will see the little plastic balls hanging off the side of the weights and wings. To fix just snap the 8 piece over the round balls. Probably won't last long because the plastic is already damaged some what and will come off easier each time it reattached.

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Mine is doing the same thing ! Look to see the upper rotors are flying even with each other mine are not ... One seems to be spinning higher . I'm thinking that's my issue

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We have lost our instruction manuals for our rc heicopters. is the small tail propellar supposed to spin? we can't get them to liftoff the main propellars seem to be working fine.


Sadly, Bob is incorrect here. In a coaxial helicopter, the main rotors spin in opposite directions, equalizing the centrifugal force and allowing the craft to hover without spinning, fine-tuned by the adjustment of the trim control. The counter-rotating main blades and internal gyroscopes provide a stable hover, while the tail rotor serves only to push the rear of the chopper up or down, providing the forward/backward thrust. If you are not moving the right joystick, you tail rotor should be stationary, or perhaps moving lazily from the wash of the main rotors. Sounds like a charging issue. What type of charger are you using? Also, Li/Po batteries are not meant to be fully discharged. Fully draining a Li/Po too many times, ESPECIALLY when they are new, will ruin them. Luckily the batteries on an 032 are easily replaceable. Available on Amazon and many other online retailers, and replaced in about 1 minute with only a small screwdriver. With a new Li/Po, charge them FULLY with the correct charger, and always stop the flight as soon as you are having to give it full power to maintain altitude. Also CRUCIAL is you MUST MUST MUST let the battery rest and cool for after a flight, wait a good 10 minutes BEFORE you connect the heli to the charger, and another 10 minute cool down after charging before you fly.
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My helicopter won't take off, it just spins in circles clockwise until it falls over. It's a 4 channel RC helicopter with gyroscope.


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