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Old 06-02-2012, 08:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am repairing a CB100 and a V100D01 which seem to be about the same save the head design.

Both have shattered frames.

Seems that stock anyway the only way to repair the tail is to do some soldering. Boo Walkera, I will probably try an go with a solid boom with external wiring to avoid difficult repairs in the future.

However the thing that really surprises me is there are apparently no screws securing the servos to the fame! am I missing something? I have looked the servo casing over and I see no holes for screws. Is that right are they just friction fit in?
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Old 06-08-2012, 08:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I am repairing a CB100 and a V100D01 which seem to be about the same save the head design.

Both have shattered frames.

Seems that stock anyway the only way to repair the tail is to do some soldering. Boo Walkera, I will probably try an go with a solid boom with external wiring to avoid difficult repairs in the future.
Well since your frames are shattered it's time to upgrade the boom to a solid boom.
Run wire in shrink tubing and secure to the boom

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However the thing that really surprises me is there are apparently no screws securing the servos to the fame! am I missing something? I have looked the servo casing over and I see no holes for screws. Is that right are they just friction fit in?
There are little round tabs on top and bottom that fit into the frame. The servo holder snaps into the frame and servo's and screwed in
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