Question about NKOK Halo Remote Controlled Hornet Banshee Helicopter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Yiboo ch-47 rc helicopter: Rear
If you twist its rotors a little more then the lift can increase. But try to twist then only if they could be else you may become minus them and I would hate it.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
This type of helicopter uses a fixed pitch blade. Have you recently replaced one or all the blades? If the blades are correctly positioned then once the motor comes to speed, the pitch of the blade creates enough lift to overcome the force of gravity. The problem you're having can only be that the motor is not coming to speed or the blades have been replaced but the pitch is now at the wrong angle.
Posted on May 13, 2010
Have you checked for any hairs or debri trapp-ed on the rotar shaft
sorry have to ask the silly questions check for voltage at wire terminals
some of the controls have automatic kill switch should they become binded up with something check that rotor is not installed to deeply on the shaft
could also be a short circuit in the remote itself good luck James
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
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