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I have a megavix pb35w unit. Plug it in and light shows fully charged but when you turn on in makes a weird sound and doesn't power up

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The battery may be discharging completely at turn on. Symptom of a battery that needs replacing.

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How will be i identify it is fully charged battery i charged for 45 minites.But the battery will not be fully charged. please send me the solution for this problems


If using usb charger use usb port on back of desktop, not data port in front, also most laptops do not have fully powered usb ports due to battery consumption. The wall charger, or a usb charger plugged into a usb/ac adapter (like included with ipods and kindles or sold seperately) is your best bet for reliable charge.
Charging unit should have a light on it.
When charger is plugged into power source and not helicopter, the light will show you {#1} what it looks like when battery is fully charged. Typically this is steady on, and usually red. (sometimes green) When you connect helicopter to charger, the light will change (usually goes dark) to signify it is charging {#2}. When light comes on fully (or completely returns to #1) then charging is done. (Note: charging using a laptop usb or a front side data port usb can take several hours.) Watch the light on charging unit when you unplug helicopter, if it gets brighter, helicopter is not charged, plug it back in. Make sure to let battery cool for 10 minutes after every charge and 10 minutes after every flight, and never run battery all the way down. As soon as you can't maintain altitude, land and power off. Fully draining a Li/Po battery weakens it's ability to hold a charge and can ruin it.
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It sounds like a bad power cord. Check your cord to make sure there are no kinks or breaks in it. I have that problem where my cat chewed the cord and now the unit cannot charge properly. Additionally, check to make certain the battery is seated properly. Try cleaning the contact with an Q-tip dipped in alcohol. Once you have done that, leave the unit powered off and see if you get the red charge light. If not, you probably have a bad cord.

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