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Have had the remote plugged into helicopter for over four hours. Light has been green the entire time and hasn't shut off and the helicopter hasn't worked at all. What do I do now?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Had the exact same problem. Found the solution on an Amazon posting:
1. To enable this function make sure both remotes and both helicopters are off.
2. Set the first remote's channel switch to the leftmost position (it says A, B, and C, but the s107 only supports 2 channels). Turn the remote on.?
3. Turn the helicopter that you would like to bind to the remote on and set the helicopter down on a flat stable surface for about 5 seconds. Try the throttle and the helicopter should respond to this remote.?
4. Next, to enable the second helicopter, set the second remote's channel switch to the rightmost position (it says A, B, and C, but the S107 only supports 2 channels). Turn the remote on.?
5. Turn the second helicopter on and set the helicopter down on a flat stable surface for about 5 seconds. Try the throttle and the second helicopter should respond to this remote.?
This worked for us.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
Testimonial: "excellent help. thanks a ton. now we'll just hope for no mid-air collisions. appreciate it!"
There should be a sticker near the helicopters "on off" switch that has an "A" "B" or "C" on it. Make sure the switch on the controller is set to correspond with that letter. If that isnt it, keep it for parts and buy another. These are VERY delicate toys and most break quite easily.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
Batteries are available online (amazon and many others) and change easily with only small screwdriver. Overcharging is not the issue. Nearly impossible with PCB (overcharge prevention circuit) hard wired into battery AND in charger. Problem is likely UNDERcharging, overDIScharging, or improper battery care. Battery MUST be allowed to cool 10 minutes after flying. Charge until light on charger doesn't get any brighter when helicopter is unplugged... light comes on (dim at first) well before full charge. 10 minute cool-down after charge also a MUST. And, most important, when flying, as soon as you are unable to maintain altitude, land helicopter and power it off. Li/Po batteries should never be fully drained. Even one full discharge can cripple or ruin entirely your helicopter's battery.
hope this helps.. let me know,
Posted on Sep 12, 2011
I had the same problem, the helicopter would spin out of control and the trim did not help. I took a closer look and noticed that only the top rotor was turning. I took the bottom off of the round gear box to find a tiny white gear had slipped off the second motor. With a pair of needle nose tweezers I was able to reattach the gear and I was flying in no time.
Posted on Feb 02, 2012
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