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Commercial foods apparently have lots of bugs and dirt removed before processing. Its a big, ''what you don't know won't hurt you." Since the fly wasn't there very long, the high salt content probably killed any eggs or germs. (By the way, we constantly inhale insect eggs in the air.) Then you fry it in hot fat.
any out door / sports retailer should be able to help you with this
To make the tent water proof --erect it on a sunny day and spray silicone fluid all over it ( wet it) and then let it dry
that seals off the fabric weave and makes the water run off rather than through
it also helps prevent rot and mildew when the tent is packed up damp. It is not cheap but effective and when combined with a fly cover also s wet with the fluid will make wet days in a tent more bearable
you have stuck up controller and receiver contact points, means you need to check both on the controller and the copter where the stuck up sensors are, or you may recalibrate your controller, reason why you push throttle forward but will not fly forward.
I dont know how much you know about dirtbikes but you need to check the points. They are located under the fly wheel and they allow the engine to send a spark to the coil pack which then sends it to the spark plug. The fly wheel is under the side case, which is only held by a few screws.Once you get that off,the points,Which are under the fly wheel, just need to be cleaned off with a little sand paper. if that dosent help the spark then check the coil pack. The coil pack is the black box where the spark plug cable wire comes out of. look and see if its melted or broken in any way. If the coil is not ruined then you might need a new spark plug cable.
Finally, I've solved the problem. The battery that I've got previously produced 42 volts each and I connected two in series configuration. So the voltage add up together become 84 V for ESC. That's why I can only fly for twice and it didn't last for long. The batteries were bubble up and really hot, basically, I busty it. Besides, the ESC is cooked.
So, I bought two brand new battery packs ( 3C 11.1V 3300mAh) and an ESC. The ESC has built in switching mode.One of the socket from ESC is connected to the switch with black and red wires were wrong way around. After I've swap it everything works. By using this way, there is no needed the extra 9V batter pack for receiver.