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My upper rotor does not always power up when i throttle up on my walkera 5#10. i have replaced motors with new factory motors thinking that was the problem but same problem

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Hi, I had this same problem but its my bottom rotor that wont throttle up. Before you bind put the throttle in full. After it binds return the throttle to min. and its ready to go. I hope this helps, although its not a fix. It a cheap one $$$.

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Hi, well I indeed love my Chopper, and have had a few problems with it too...Usually though it has been connections, or the battery, or a jammed motor/servo/gears... I haven't yet found an actual faulty electronics, per sa.
So what you need to do is inspect ALL plugs clips switches & joints, if any are suspect, or the wires broken off then simply resolder, or even tightly wrap the wire around the terminal in a pinch.
See if you can swap over the servos/motors over to see if the motor/servo is faulty? If you swap and the problem "Follows" then that servo/motor is the faulty one.
basically the receiver sees the data stream that tells the servos what to do and how long to do it for.. So it can only be one of a few things to work through.

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