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How to replace rear rotar - SYMA Toys industrial Syma S032 Ready to Fly Gyro

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  • Jessica Mar 08, 2012

    I just posted a question like this. lol Is this the only way to fix the tail rotar? To glue it back on? I have heard that the tail rotar is sapose to actually pop on or screw on or something?



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Just the rear rotor itself? Or the motor as well?
Tail rotor pops right off, and replacement will pop onto the shaft easily. A small, very carefully applied, drop of super glue will keep tail rotor on firm. If doing that, I recommend you turn the helicopter upside down and then pay close attention that you don't get any glue near where the shaft meets the motor, and don't turn it over again until glue is totally dry.
If the motor needs to be replaced, you'll need soldering equipment, it's a really simple wiring job, but the wires are barely thicker than a hair and not very easy to access. Not recommended unless you're very confident with a soldering gun.
Hope this helps,

Posted on Sep 12, 2011

  • Jessica Mar 08, 2012

    I just posted a question like this. Is this the only way to fix the tail rotar blade? (only can glue it back on?) I heard that its sapose to pop back on or screw on.. yes or no?



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