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Battery snap in.

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Mori55, May 14, 2014.

  1. Mori55

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    I noticed that I really have to double check that my battery's are snapped all the way in.
    Couple of times I thought they were all the way in they weren't. Could see a little gap even though they felt like they clicked in.
    Had to pull out and redo.
    Just a heads up , I have 4 battery's so it's just not one battery doing this.
     
  2. MikesTooLz

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    once in my batteries are extremely hard to get out.
     
  3. MattUNI2001

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    I completely agree. They are kind of a pain in the *** to get out sometimes.. :)
     
  4. Mori55

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    Yeah once in all the way their real hard to get out. I think it's the same getting them locked all the way just in reverse.
    I'm my pbs they kinda clicked in real easy.
     
  5. dannytroy

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    I gave up trying to pull the battery out with one hand. I use the two thumbs on top method, and it's now a non-issue. As a matter of fact, I'm glad it's in that tight. Less of a chance to fall out in flight!