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Throttle Problem When I start to push the throttle up the blades start spinning but after after 1-2 seconds the blades stop and wont work? All the servos work and i cant find anything in the manual that may cause this problem?

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Your ESC is sensing an error. The error is either blade speed or a peripheral device - possibly servo or gyro. Sub the servos one by one. Check the blade tracking. Have you had any crashes lately? You should double check all the head assembly components.

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