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How do I charge my Tech Toyz Aeroblade tactical wireless indoor helicopter? No manual.

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The helicopter charges off of the batteries in the controller as follows:

  • Connect the helicopter to the controller as shown in the picture. Make sure there are good batteries in the controller.
  • Turn the helicopter off.
  • Turn the controller on. The red "power" light and the green "charge" light on the controller should come on.
  • When the green light turns off, the helicopter is done charging.

Posted on May 17, 2015

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SOURCE: How to charge up a aeroblade helicopter

it would have come with an usb charger cable you turn off the helicopter and plug in the micro usb plug into the helicopter and the bigger usb plug goes into a computer that is turned on in the usb port. If you do not have a computer go out and buy either a AC/DC usb charger or usb AC adapter unit.

Posted on Jan 20, 2015

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