I can't find any info on this anywhere. I bent my yaw arm a while back on a hard landing. It was pretty bent but after an IMU calibration the camera basically leveled off. Only after some extensive flying did I see that it wasn't quite level no matter what I did. Tonight I dismantled things, straightened the yaw arm and put everything back together. I made myself a level surface and started a new IMU calibration. Like I normally do, I left the room so the animals would follow as not to mess with the bird. From the other room I could hear some weird noises so I went back in to see the camera all kinds of messed up. Almost immediately I realized I had put the roll arm (I think) on backwards. I took it apart and flipped it and now the gimbal has no abilities when the bird yaws. It can hold level front to back but nothing side to side....it just makes a noise I've never heard. I've been looking for a hour for anything like this or information on buying just a gimbal as there's nothing wrong with the camera. Did I fry it??