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I have had my S107 for a week and it will not go back and forth everything else works okay

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Back and forth movement is controlled by the prop on tail. Hold the helicopter in your hand move the right stick up and down to see if the little prop moves. If it works, then maybe the plastic prop itself... i.e. has a chip in it, or is bent/broken

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