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Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by Reegs, Sep 16, 2016.
After crash, compass won't calibrate successfully. Now
Your best hope is that the connector for the compass has come loose.
Thanks. So where and how can you check the connection?
Your compass may be disconnected.
To check, go to the Sensor section of the app settings.
Look to see what is displayed for compass data.
If you see numbers, your compass is still good.
If you have zero, your compass is disconnected.
It could be the socket on the mainboard or one of the fine cables may be broken close to the compass sensor at the bottom of the landing gear.
Thanks, at least it's a place to start. Only crashed 3 feet off the ground on concrete but battery popped out so kinda rough I guess lol
Start by looking at the fine wires going into the compass sensor.
Take off the small cover plate on the bottom of the landing gear.
That's easier than opening the shell.
You should do a imu calibration after any crash or hard landings. Just my 2 cents