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Professional Jello after crash... next possible steps?

Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by JoeMagnolia, Jun 30, 2016.

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  1. JoeMagnolia

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    Hello,

    I was hoping you guys could give me some insight, since there has been so much useful info on these forums. After a small crash I am getting a bit of intermittent jello and shaking from the gimbal in video.

    # Foam has been removed.
    # Everything has been calibrated. (imu, gimbal, and compass)
    # New and balanced blades.
    # Took the gimbal apart and both of the halfmoon rods are lined up correctly.

    I'll try to post a video. It seems to happen when I change directions, when I change the camera angle, , during gusts of wind, and every other second while panning or going too fast.



    Just wondering what could be my next steps?

    Thanks guys!
     
    #1 JoeMagnolia, Jun 30, 2016
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  2. MasterBlaster

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    You only have 2 of the plastic pins in through the gimbal dampers right?
    I have seen some put all 4 of those pins in (only supposed to use 2) and it has caused an issue.


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  3. mdowney58

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    Did you check the grub screw at the top of the gimbal yaw arm? It is a very small allen (hex) screw that tightens against the yaw motor shaft.

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