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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Same problem I had. There are two motors. One to spin the top blade and a second to spin the bottom. My motor was defective out of the box to spin the top blade. Very poor quality as my AH 64 had a bad circuit board. I had to take parts from one to fix the other.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
SOURCE: My helicopter won't take off,
This issue is the "Drive Gear Unit" It is the small gear just above the motors which is attached to the very large gear. You will have seen several posts indicating that sometimes this gear shifts and does not engage the larger gear. In my case I looked and say that it was indeed trying to engage the larger gear, however the gear is stripped (the teeth are nearly gone). The sound that you are hearing is the sound of the gear slipping against the Bigger gear. I have a UJ365 which is a newer model. To my disappointment I cannot find a "Drive Gear Unit" anywhere on line. The copter will not function without it. This issue is that it takes the lift of both rotors to lift the copter into the air. There are two motors (one for each rotor) and each motor has one of these drive gear units. Each of these attach to the larger gears which turn the rotors. The rotors each turn in the opposite direction. This is what keeps the copter from continually turning in one direction. When one of the "main Gear Units" becomes damaged it seems to have three noticeable effects. (1) There is a noise that is the gear grinding against the bigger gear. (2) Because many of the teeth are stripped the drive gear engages the bigger bear only some of the time, this causes the rotor to turn slower and in-turn causes there not to be enough lift from the rotors to lift the copter. And finally (3), someone noted that copter wants to spin in one direction. Understanding the above, you can now understand that if one of the rotors is not reaching its full potential to turn, it is also not reaching its full potential to counter act the other fully functioning rotor. Thus the fully functioning rotor is forcing the copter to spin in its direction and the malfunctioning rotor is not spinning fast enough to stop the spin.
So this is the answer to your questions, hopefully on the older models there will be parts available for you to replace it. The copter cannot work until the part is replaced.
Posted on Jul 11, 2011
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For one thing, there are only two channels. Although the transmitter shows a,b,c the switch has only two positions. The way to assign a channel to a heli is to turn it on and then simply operate the transmitter. The heli will lock itself onto the first frequency it receives, and start working. Before turning on the second heli, make the first transmitter is OFF, and set the second transmitter to the other channel. Turn on the second heli and simply operate the transmitter. The heli will lock itself onto the second transmitter's frequency, and start working. Then you can turn the first transmitter back on.
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