Hi everyone, tl;dr: Tried to replace motors, received ESC Status Error on DJI GO app. Considering sending it in to get fixed professionally. Don't know if I should send it to DJI or to a 3rd party company. Pictures are embedded below. I crashed my P3A into a wall and two of the arms were bent which caused those motors to fry. I figured I would replace the two motors and the melted shell hoping that was the only issue. I removed the fried motors by cutting their red black and yellow wires about halfway between the motors and the ESC board. Then I took 2 new motors (made sure they were the correct orientation) and soldered their wire ends to what was left over from the old motors. This way I wouldn't have to solder the new motors directly to the board and I'd first have to undo the old leads and the glue sealing that the drone comes with. I tested the continuity of the wires and it seemed okay but when I tried to see if the motors would work, the DJI GO app said "ESC Status Error, restart aircraft, contact DJI Support if problem persists". I searched for people with this same problem and it seems like no one had any luck fixing it if this error comes up. I am afraid the ESC Board may have fried along with the two motors. Therefore, I want to send it in to get fixed because I'm getting a little impatient and I don't have much time to work on it myself because I am in school now. I also don't want to spend $200+ on a new ESC just to find out that that won't fix it. Would you recommend sending it into DJI Repair or sending it to a 3rd party repair service? If 3rd party, which would you recommend? Photos are attached below. Thank you so much to anyone who takes the time to help me out here. I would love to hear any advice!