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  1. jsk

    jsk

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    I just yesterday I crashed into a wall and the drone fell around 2 meters onto hard concrete. I have closely inspected the drone - there appears to be no physical damage at all. However, the gimbal is not responding to the remote nor is it stabilising in position, basically it isn't working. And also, in just 2-4 mins after turning it on, the gimbal is overheating like crazy.

    The drone is flying ok though.

    What's going on? What do I do?


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  2. Norval

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    Open a ticket and send it for repair, there isn't much you can do without changing parts (gimbal) without knowing if there are other mayor problems inside the drone body.


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  3. flpholt

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    send it in for repair going to cost you some money