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Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by Ragged, Mar 31, 2016.
Just unwind them in the opposite direction as when you put them on. See the small diagram on the top of the prop arm for the direction to spin them.
They can become suprisingly tight in flight. Rubber gloves may help in holding the motor still.
Or use the fancy tool they gave you when you bought the Standard.
Not everyone gets the fancy tool. Agreed a good solution though, that is what its intended for apparently.
Wow, I thought that was part of the package when you buy a Phantom.
I never use it. LOL
I will send the OP mine if he wants it...LOL