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Air Hogs remote control aircraft are designed to be easy to fly and use, and rarely have flying issues. However, there are the occasional issues that the company can't really predict. Some Air Hogs helicopters, for example, have a hard time flying forward without some assistance. If you're having this problem with your helicopter, this can be annoying, but it is not the end of the world. There is as solution, and it's easier than you might think.For more information:
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There might be a small knut beneath the lower set of blades that you can screw up or if its cheap a rubber band like object,
ps dont fly it if the lower blades are touching it will damage the blades (is plastic) and if they are carbon or aluminium they WILL damage the body and/or electronics
Hi, I have similar problem with my LS-208 heli. Helicopter leds are blinking red/green, front white led is on, and tail leds are blinking too. Remote controller red led is on as should be but helicopter doesn't respond to controller at all. I followed instructions above with no success. Anyone has a suggestion? Regards, Yaron.
hi.. i want to suggest to you is to kindly open the remote control and and see all the buttons... the f the button for forward is in sticky key.... replace it and buy a new button key... or go to the nearest electronics shop to you... i hope it will help... thank u and god bless
My wife bought one of thsoe for me for my birthday. I charged it for an hour - turn off the helicopter power switch and plug in the charge plug on the control - the control must be on. anyway the thing doesn't have enough lift to get off the ground. It just skitters along the ground. Also the tail rotor doesn;t do anything. The parts list identifies a tail motor so it should do something. Going to return it to the mall. That's a hassle! I would try to fix the tail motor, but if the thing can'e even get off the ground what's the point? Any info send it to rsockey at yahoo dot com.