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Old 02-09-2016, 09:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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After any mishap on the Blade 600, it is wise to pull off the servo arms (swash servo's) and carefully check the shaft coming out of the servo. Most likely in a mishap you will find some of the nylon gear material (little teeth) in the shaft, replace the servo arm.

I wouldn't say it a weak point, but I would rather for it to fail there, then have to replace the main shaft, blades or the servo itself.

After a mishap, I found the above servo arm had moved from it's center point when I powered up the heli, didn't see any nylon teeth lying around the servo case, but upon taking the arm off, revealed the damage.
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