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Old 10-27-2011, 10:07 AM   #1
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Hello there. Ever since I changed the head on my V200DQ02 Airwolf from the Walkera Orange to the Madhawk grey, the helicopter has some odd behaviors that makes it difficult to fly. The receiver is tucked inside the nose of the fuselage which is practically impossible to remove without disassembling the entire helicopter itself.

Any suggestions on how to get to the receiver without removing the entire fuselage? We just want to be able to make adjustments in order to get her to fly properly. Would hate to drill holes in the nose for access cause it's right under the front windshield.

It appears that Walkera has learned from this error when they made the V120DQ02 Airwolf by making the nose removable as well as having access to the receiver dials and switches while the nose is still mounted.
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Old 10-27-2011, 12:11 PM   #2
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Never mind, we fixed it. There was some slop in the head and we fixed it by making a sleeve for it. Now it works perfectly!
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