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Motor wont start up

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by byoung035, May 3, 2014.

  1. byoung035

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    I had a little bit of a crash today. I found it laying upside down and the battery halfway out. I had one broke prop blade and thats it. Replaced my blade and put the battery back in. Turned it on and it made the noise and lights came on. When I tried to fire it up I got nothing. I have tried to changed batteries, and still nothing. My camera and gimbal still work as far as i can tell. Any suggestions to get me back flying?
     
  2. byoung035

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    I really need some help. Undated all my stuff and still nothing. Whats the chances it might have knocked something loose inside. When i look in the battery slot everything looks fine.
     
  3. Dirty Bird

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    Are the lights behaving normally? You need to open the Phantom and look for a disconnected wire. One may have been jarred loose in the crash.
     
  4. byoung035

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    Ive been inside trying to play with it so Im getting the yellow lights. When I pull controls down together i get 5 blinking red lights and then it goes back to yellow. I will try to take apart in a little bit. Kinda nervous about taking apart though.
     
  5. htownphantom

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    hook it up to the naza software on computer and see if it gives you any error messages
     
  6. byoung035

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    I did. It gave me some type of abnormal compass reading. I cant remember the exact words. I can give them to you when I hook it up again.