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Brookstone cloud DSS copter will not stop spinning out of control and trim buttons will not fix it, what else is there that I can do to fix this problem.


many reasons for this, first tail rotor, then controller. but if the tail rotor in not working all it will do is spin just like the real ones I flew in the military.

Dec 30, 2014 | Toys

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I did check all the propellers and they were ok I would like to contact the seller but I don't have any address to do so I am hopeing it is still under warenty


What is the issue with the quadcopter?

All propellers spin but it flips over when trying to fly?

This would be clockwise and/or counter clockwise propellers on the wrong motor(s). For copters with an even number of propellers, each propeller turns the opposite direction from the ones on either side of it. The reason for this is so the combined engine torque is in equilibrium. Unbalancing this equilibrium is what allows the craft to turn left or right without a rudder or tail rotor.
Regardless of spin direction all propellers must blow air downwards.

Aug 11, 2014 | HUBSAN X4 H107c 2.4g 4ch Rc Quadcopter...

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Hi my syma quadcopter x1 is stuck in the eversion how can i fix this ?? Thanks


What is the issue with the quadcopter?

All propellers spin but it flips over when trying to fly?

This would be clockwise and/or counter clockwise propellers on the wrong motor(s). For copters with an even number of propellers, each propeller turns the opposite direction from the ones on either side of it. The reason for this is so the combined engine torque is in equilibrium. Unbalancing this equilibrium is what allows the craft to turn left or right without a rudder or tail rotor.
Regardless of spin direction all propellers must blow air downwards.

Jun 22, 2014 | Syma rc x1 aerobatic bee quadcopter 2.4ghz...

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Brookstone Helicopter Cloud DSS


In general, the main rotor in an R/C helicopter only tips forward and backwards of vertical center. Direction is determined by the tail rotor. If the entire machine is tilting right, even if the rotor doesn't appear to be, check the motor mount, and or gear train of the main rotor in the fuselage. The main rotor shaft in the fuselage should be exactly vertical relative to the helicopter deck and with trim tabs centered. If your model has the two small fans, one on either side of the fuselage, try replacing the propeller on the right one, even if it looks OK and check for lint or hair on motor shafts. Again, this is a general answer from my own experience. Hope it helps.

Dec 04, 2013 | Electronics - Others

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The tail rotor wont spin


It appears that the tail rotor holds the horizontal stability when going backwards. i.e. only works when command is backward.
If the tail rotor does not spin then try lubricating the shaft with some talcum powder. To test whether it working blow down on to the rotor and it should spin rapidly. The talcum powder worked for me.

May 05, 2011 | Spinmaster Air Hogs Yellow Jackal R/C...

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The tail rotor will not work. The tiny motor is not working so it does not spin the rotor. What can I do???


doubld blade rotor there is no need for a rear/tail rotor, on the remote are 2 buttons they will control Left/Right spin , adjust so that it does not spin around

Feb 05, 2011 | JCPenney Gyropter RC Helicopter

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Spinning no matter what i do


Issue: Heli spins to the Left (counterclockwise) uncontrollably.
Problem: Tail rotor not turning fast enough, Dragging.
Background: My son's Heli Cage also started spinning to the left after he had flown it a couple 3 times. The trim and direction stick could not compensate. One time, the tail rotor came off during a crash. It was put back on and ran fine a couple more times until the dreaded left spin. I began to troubleshoot the issue. I checked for damage, hair and whatever else on the shaft. There was no obvious signs. When I pulled the tail rotor off, I noticed that it came off very easily. I put a new one on it and problem solved.
Diagnosis: the tail rotor shaft was spinning inside the rotor. This prevented the tail rotor from turning the correct speed.
Corrective Measures: replace rotor with new one. Avoid hitting the rotor while it is spinning...good luck! :-)

Mar 02, 2009 | Air Hogs Havoc Heli Helicopters

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Tail rotar


Yes - it matters for any heli.

The main rotor creates drag which makes the heli want to spin - the tail rotor pulls the heli in the opposite direction to compensate and keep it steady.

Look at the angle of the main rotor in regard to the direction it turns - you'll see how it 'pulls' upward. The tail rotor will need to 'pull' sideways, according to whichever direction the tail rotor is spinning.

I'm assuming you're reattaching a tail rotor or rewiring a motor?

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