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Old 05-03-2011, 07:30 PM   #1
Crash Test Dummy
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Unhappy 3 in 1 Picture

Anyone have a closeup picture of the pc board in the e-sky 3in1? Was casually hovering in my living room and all the sudden the heli went full throttle, no control!!
I started to check it out and I heard a rattle coming from the 3in1, and I found two components floating free in the case.
I'm gonna try to repair if my hand is steady enough. If no one has a pic so I can tell orientation of the parts on the pc board, I'll just try them with the writing facing up, as all the other components writing is facing the same way.
There's even solder spray on the inside of the cover!! I don't have much hope of repair, but I gotta try.







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Old 05-20-2011, 04:05 PM   #2
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On the HB FP2's 3-in-1, the IC you lost has the same orientation as the one next to it. Guessing by the writing on the PCB, the 'SS24 MIC' component (appears to be a diode?) should have the same orientation as the one that's still on your 3-in-1.
Hope it's of any help, and good luck!

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Notice how the two ICs next to each other have the same orientation.

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