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I Just bought a Syma SO32 R/C helicopter. I charged it up and put new batteries into the remote and for some reason it doesn't work. Both lights on the chopper and remote are shinning but I can't get the chopper to do anything. Thanks, David

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Hi,
You need to assign the remote to the copter, turn on copter then remote, push forward on throttle then back, light on remote will stop flashing and remain static, there we go ready to fly have fun great machine.....

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

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  • Freezeflyer Sep 28, 2010

    Hi, I have the same problem. What do you mean by ''assign the remote to the copter'' .

  • gurneyboy Sep 28, 2010

    First of all turn on the Copter, The front nose lights will flash, Then extend fully the Aerial on Remote make sure the throttle lever is down all the way, then turn on the power on the remote, the yellow light on remote will now be flashing, move throttle all the way forward then all the way back, the yellow light on remote will now be stable, helicopter now ready to fly :)

  • hl2ep2 Oct 23, 2010

    I've carried out all these actions and the helicopter STILL doesn't work, the lights flash and everything, but the blades don't turn.

  • gurneyboy Oct 23, 2010

    If any of you are still having problems in getting these birds to fly then please email me at darren.gurney@ntlworld.com it should work 100% all the time by following my instructions, i would take the copter back to where you purchased it from if this still does not work as the posts i have submitted should be full proof

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    Allister Burd Jan 09, 2011

    wicked it worked for me! if it doesnt it would recommend getting some hi-end batteries not cheap ones.

  • jimjohnsonva Feb 17, 2011

    how do you turn on the helicoptor ? I see no switch. thanks.

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You may have a bad battery

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