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  1. flyingdutchdrone

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    Dear friends,

    after i crashed my phantom in some tree branches i disassembled the gimbal camera unit to remove some dirt.
    After i got everything back in one thing and powered it up i got a notification named "Camera Sensor error" Hardware malfunction. contact dji support for repair.
    the camera and gimbal shows no movement and does not start up.
    After the crash everything worked properly, so now i'm very disappointed that i disassembled the camera gimbal unit only to remove some dirt. definitely don't want to send it to dji before i know this problem isn't fixable by my self. I already replaced the gimbal flex cable but that didn't helped.
    Need Some Help!

    Regards From Holland
     

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  2. alokbhargava

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    Only parts that can generate this error is the ribbon cables. Reassemble them.
     
  3. flyingdutchdrone

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    what do you mean with "ribbon cable' ? i already replaced the flex cable[file]gimbal flex cable|none[/file]
     
  4. flyingdutchdrone

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    Just got it fixed pushed the cable a little bit harder inside all the connectors, and you know what... it came back to life! Good to know if anyone gets the same error.


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