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Charger won't stay in heli...green light won't stay on to indicate charging is occurring

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I had the same problem after not using that for one year. I guess the cell is dead. Time to change the rechargible battery? If any one know the trick, please send me an e-mail to: xy_zhu2001@yahoo.com. Thanks.

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