Hi, I know sammyhilfiger posted about this back on May 31'st. There was no information on the thread other than "probably a hardware issue". The previous user said that it was an issue with a brand new unit and was able to fix by pushing on the 8-pin connection... Where as mine worked fine until I crashed. Wanted to see if anyone has found the actual cause of this error since no one seems to have any parts available for the P3 yet. Here's what happened... 100% user error. This was my first FPV capable drone so I have a habit of watching the P3 rather than my screen while flying. I was piloting inside a warehouse and thought I was just getting a low battery warning but it was actually going into RTH mode. I looked down right as it hit "1" and BOOM up to the ceiling it smashed then down to the floor it crashed. My heart dropped and my lesson was learned. I had to open the bird up and fix plastic on one of the arms. When I tried to power back up I got a critical error message and had no video feed to the app. I checked everything for any loose connections and saw nothing. I went ahead and replaced the ribbon for the gimbal and at least got my signal and video feed back. Now when I power up the P3 the gimbal moves normal and centers, but then begins to drift up. It does not allow me to do any calibrations or update the firmware; she just goes "beep beep beep" like she hates me. The status says "safe to fly" but will not let me take off. Then when I go to the status screen it displays the "Gimbal cannot receive MC data" message. Hoping someone might have come across a solution to the problem by now. The link below shows what is going on. Any help that I can get would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your time.