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Hi testing battery voltage will not give an accurate reading on battery condition U need a BATTERY LOAD TESTER.it will check the condition & give U a true reading on there condition ,..if batteries r good the next thing to check is the control box the charger circuit runs into the control then to the batteries if control box is faulty this could b the problem .,with youre charger not charging . LOAD TESTER AVAILABLE ON E/BAY APROX COST $35 , Cheers
Check the remote control for its infra-red emission. Even new pieces might have the fault. You can check its infra-red emission, by a mobile phone having camera option. If you wish to get more details about how to check a remote control, check this link.http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ If the remote control emits infra-red emission, and still TV do not respond to it, the fault will be due to a damaged infrared sensor inside TV. This part can be located just behind the infrared window at the front panel of the TV set. You have to open the TV, to access it and to replace with a new one. The part will look somewhat like these.
If it won't start in manual, you have a short and/or a bad control board. Make sure battery polarity is correct, did you disconnect battery charger before removing old battery? If not charger can push DC volts over 20V and can damage control board.
I have rebooted several times during the reinstallation of the
I also tried different USB, but no luck!
Could it be something with the USB driver anyway? The system says
the drivers are ok though..
Does anybody know the life expectancy of the batteries to this remote?
I don't think it is the batteries though, because the red light on the
remote is bright.
first thing is the obvious, make sure you have brand new batteries installed. If you have a camcorder or digital camera, point it at the remote control and push record, while recording, press some of the buttons on the remote. the camera will record the red light if the remote is working (camcorders and digital cameras can see this light even though people can't) to do this with your digital camera, have somene push and hold one of the remote control buttons while you take a photo, the red ligth should show up in the photo. If you see no red light then you have a bad remote control and will need to send for one or get one ordered through the store, one other option is to buy a universal remote control and try getting that to work, good luck
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.
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?