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Engine "spool up" on ground at idle.

Discussion in 'Phantom 1 Help' started by UAV, Nov 23, 2013.

  1. UAV


    Nov 22, 2013
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    Sometimes after a flight, i land and put the motors in idle after a shutdown. Then i notice that after a minute or so the Phantoms motors starts spinning faster and faster from the idle speed, until it tryes to take off and tips over. I can counteract it by taking the throttle all the way down. But if i leave the trotlle again in the middel it goes faster, again. This never happens before a flight, only after.

    Any idea to what is causing this issue?

    All firmware updated. IMU cal before every flight. Phantom Vision.
  2. Snagley

    Sep 14, 2013
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    Try recalibrating your sticks in Naza.
    Basic, RC tab in Naza
  3. BallisticPhantom

    Nov 3, 2013
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    I had this happen as well. I found that there is a spot in the TX where if I push down it will go down further than where it rests. when I calibrate it ensure I am sensitive on the bottom of the throttle. Mine did not throttle up higher and higher and higher. It was just not shutting down or would rev up slightly. A re-calibration with this in mind solved the issue.
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