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I have a WiSpi helicopter that is flying low. The battery is fully charged and the helicopter does not appear damaged. Flys low even with the throttle fully open.

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The instructions say the helicopter is ready to fly when the led shows red. I found some info online that says to charge the helo for 35 minutes. I've been letting it go 45 mnutes, and have been getting abou6 6 minute flight times. Unfortunately, my helo will no longer fly forward or backward. Does anyone know how to adjust the control for the tail rotor?

Posted on Dec 27, 2010

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0) Obviously, helicopter will operate best when fully charged... if charging light gets brighter when unplugged from helicopter, then it's not at full charge. Charge fully, then allow battery to cool for 10 minutes. Good batteries in remote also.
1) Power on helicopter.
2) Place on level surface and let gyroscopes sync. There is a red light inside the body (NOT the red/blue flasher in the nose) that will blink when you turn helicopter on, and will keep blinking until craft is level and stable for a few seconds, then will stop blinking.
3) Make sure left joystick is all the way down.
4) Power on remote.
5) Throttle up (left joystick) until blades move and then all the way back down.
This should get you flying. Let me know.

hope this helps,
r

Posted on Sep 13, 2011

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Make sure the drive shaft is seated properly. Gently, but firmly push it down towards the body both above and below bottom rotor. Also check shaft for any hair, thread or such thing that may be wrapped around it.

Let me know if you're still having issues, and we'll dig a little deeper.

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Posted on Sep 14, 2011

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You mention the controller, new batteries are good for the controller, but you need to have your heli batteries to be charging correctly. If you get new heli batteries, then Check your charger, it is probably not putting out the right voltage.
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And important: to recharge the helicopter fully it needs really good base unit batteries.

I find all this a waste so - I used a wall power supply to supply suitable power to the charging bases of these helicopters give more consistant results than using batteries.. Just make sure you are using a 9V DC wall transformer (6 1.5v batteries = 9v) and that the polarity is correct.

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Hi, the issue I am facing is that my remote is not able to connect to the helicopter. Earlier when I used to put the battery the light used to blink, now as soon as I switch on the remote it just does...


Helicopter should be powered off when charging. After fully charged (charging light as bright as it gets) and given 10 minutes to cool after charging, turn on helicopter first and place on level surface, this allows gyroscopes to sync up. Then, after making sure the main rotor control (left joystick) is all the way down, turn on controller, and quickly push left joystick all the way up (just until the blades move) and back down. This will link them. Also, make sure the antenna is still wrapped around the landing strut and not contacting any metal on the craft. And of course, good batteries in the remote, and ALWAYS let helicopter battery cool for 10 minutes after charging AND after flying. Also, NEVER fully drain battery, as soon as you cannot maintain altitude, land and power off. Fully discharging a Li/Po battery will weaken it severely, and sometimes kill it.

Please let me know if this helps, I love Syma helicopters, but they can be tricky sometimes...
r

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0) Obviously, helicopter will operate best when fully charged... if charging light gets brighter when unplugged from helicopter, then it's not at full charge. Charge fully, then allow battery to cool for 10 minutes. Good batteries in remote also.
1) Power on helicopter.
2) Place on level surface and let gyroscopes sync. There is a red light inside the body (NOT the red/blue flasher in the nose) that will blink when you turn helicopter on, and will keep blinking until craft is level and stable for a few seconds, then will stop blinking.
3) Make sure left joystick is all the way down.
4) Power on remote.
5) Throttle up (left joystick) until blades move and then all the way back down.
This should get you flying. Let me know
r

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My helicopter (SO32 Gyro) having previously worked perfectly now will only hover. I have tried recharging it but it makes no difference. I wonder if I have overcharged the battery and if it is possible to...


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.

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0) Obviously, helicopter will operate best when fully charged... if charging light gets brighter when unplugged from helicopter, then it's not at full charge. Charge fully, then allow battery to cool for 10 minutes. Good batteries in remote also.
1) Power on helicopter.
2) Place on level surface and let gyroscopes sync. There is a red light inside the body (NOT the red/blue flasher in the nose) that will blink when you turn helicopter on, and will keep blinking until craft is level and stable for a few seconds, then will stop blinking.
3) Make sure left joystick is all the way down.
4) Power on remote.
5) Throttle up (left joystick) until blades move and then all the way back down.
This should get you flying. Let me know.

hope this helps,
r

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Did you, by chance mess with the antenna? It's is the wire that came wrapped around one of the landing skids. It must remain like this, and ideally not in contact with too much metal. Also, on my s032 I've noticed that even indoors and at close range, the antenna on the remote should be extended fully. Is the helicopter charged fully?
Charging/Remote linking:
0) Obviously, helicopter will operate best when fully charged... if charging light gets brighter when unplugged from helicopter, then it's not at full charge. Charge fully, then allow battery to cool for 10 minutes. Good batteries in remote also.
1) Power on helicopter.
2) Place on level surface and let gyroscopes sync. There is a red light inside the body (NOT the red/blue flasher in the nose) that will blink when you turn helicopter on, and will keep blinking until craft is level and stable for a few seconds, then will stop blinking.
3) Make sure left joystick is all the way down.
4) Power on remote.
5) Throttle up (left joystick) until blades move and then all the way back down.
As a safety mechanism, remote disables itself if throttle is engaged at all when remote is turned on. Turn remote off, pull left joystick (throttle) all the way down, then try again.
This should get you flying. Let me know.

hope this helps,
r

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1) Ensure you're fully charging. Indicator light on charging unit should NOT get brighter at all when you unplug the helicopter. If it does, then plug helicopter back into charger until light stays the same when you unplug. Note: If you're charging with a usb charger and are using a laptop or the front side data port on your desktop, these may take several hours to fully charge as they are usb 2.0 and do not carry the full 5 volt dc charge. Use powered usb (3.0) on back of desktop, or get a usb/ac adapter. Normal charge time approximately 1 hour. Go by the light, though.
2) Don't run them dead. As soon as you can no longer maintain altitude, land and turn off helicopter. Fully discharging a Li/Po battery (particularly when it's new) will cripple it's ability to hold a charge, and can ruin them.

hope this helps
r

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