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Old 08-24-2020, 03:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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More likely a servo fault, or servo horn slipping. If one servo drops, the model doesn't tip as you might expect since the FBL detects that and actively fights the tipping, however the only way it can achieve that is to drop the other two servos in a similar way. So a problem with any one cyclic servo can result in a sudden and uncommanded collective response.

While a radio issue is possible, it's a far rarer failure mode, and I would recommend checking all your cyclic servos first. Check to see that they move smoothly across the whole range, that servo arms can't slip at all, and that you have no lose wires, or wires getting worn on a frame edge.

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