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Old 04-28-2014, 08:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Super CP Brushless issue

Hello all. Noticed short flight times (even for the mini cp) and upon inspection found i had bent the main rotor shaft slightly. It hovered ok but whenever i applied pitch or roll the swash would bind. I ordered the aluminum rotor head upgrade (which came with new shaft natch) and while on the site i picked up the "Dragonsky" Brushless kit. (DS-MINI-CP-BL) from ehirobo.com. Installation is simple enoughbut i cannot get the new motor to respond at all. It spun twice for about a second each time but it did not seem to be due to my transmitter throttle position at all. Tried reversing the plug from motor to ESC just in case. No go. I have the single black wire plug in the original motor socket etc etc. There is an installation vid on the site that i followed exactly. Original motor still works ok when plugged into the board. Can anyone offer any suggestions or just get in contact with the distributer for possible replacement? (or did i do a boner and order the wrong kit. Certaintly not ignoring that possibility of course.)
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Old 04-29-2014, 02:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Went to move my heli off the bench and it seems the little black signal wire has pulled from the ESC board. I dont know if it has been this way all along. Problem is i cant see any wire pieces on the board to know which solder point it came from. Grasping at straws here but if anyone has this little kit can you post a pic of where that little wire goes on the board? The advertisement pics online are all of the other side and the installation video isnt good enough to see. HALP! please.
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Old 06-02-2015, 05:52 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Are you sure the black wire you're talking about isn't the antenna? Mine has the same loose black wire.
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