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Controls are 90 degrees out of sync

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sledman1, Jul 28, 2015.

  1. sledman1

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    I had to replace the housing on my Phantom 1 after a hard crash. I also had to remove the NAZA unit and hit it on a table to fix a stuck accelerometer (error 25). The copter is working again but the controls are 90 degrees out from what they should be. Any ideas as to what I did to cause this. Wires on the NAZA unit wrong? Thanks in advance for any ideas.
     
  2. IflyinWY

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    You may have put the top half of the shell on incorrectly. The first time I did that, I thought I had a really screwed up machine. Turns out it was a simple fix.

    Plug into the NAZA assistant and do the "MOTOR TEST". That's where I would start. If the proper motor doesn't spin, you know you've done it wrong.

    It sounds like the chances are that you did put stuff back in the wrong slot.
    If you change your name from sledman1 to sideman, all could be as it should be... oh yea, me got a sense of humor...:p
     
  3. sledman1

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    LOL, Thanks for the idea.