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Gyropter makes sound but propellers do not move.

Batteries are fully charged. I can hear the motors whining but the shafts seem to be stuck? There is a SLIGHT movement in the shafts as I throttle up but they immediately seize and will not turn. I removed the shell and the gears all seem to be aligned correctly. Any ideas?

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There might be hair or fur stuck in your parts check that out

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try to play around with the trimmer.. i had the same problem but then guessed it was the trimmer and iwas right!

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