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  1. jackjones

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    Hy,I am new to this forum! I just bought a used Phantom 4(so no warranty) and after a small crash I got this problem.The gimbal has a yaw wobble like the one in this video . I did all calibrations(IMU,gyro,gimbal),there are no other errors except a "gimbal motor overload" when it wobbles.I did all the updates...I am out of ideas.Nothing seems to be bent or loose..
    I forgot to say that the camera is pointing a little bit to the left.

     
  2. jackjones

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    Or at least any idea if there is any way to check for IMU values?
    Dji asisstant doesn't give any values and the Go app only gives the green/yellow/red indicator.
     
  3. jackjones

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    Noone can help?
     
  4. With The Birds

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    Click on the drone symbol at top of GO app screen followed by advanced then sensors.

    Your issue is unlikely to be IMU related, you have almost certainly physically damaged the gimbal.

    You might be able to disassemble and check the centring of the position pots associated with each servo motor.
     
  5. jackjones

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    Could you please tell me what exactly to look for?I already tried to dissasemble it,but norhing looked abnormal.What exactly is a position pot?