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Need a P3P repair

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by THG Aviation, May 12, 2016.

  1. THG Aviation

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    After a year of flying my P3P I had to abort a flight today when I started getting compass errors then the craft began to yaw to the right and take off across a field. Instead of letting it continue I was able to force it to land but it flipped over. I've had crashes before but this time I've been unable to get the RC to communicate with the craft and get a message that i think says 'No Communications". I've also noticed that the seam between the top and bottom of the shell have slightly popped in a few spots. I may try to do some diagnostics over the weekend but pretty sure I'm not into taking the craft apart and there are no obvious cable or ribbon issues...so far. If it comes to needing a repair i'd rather send it into a shop. Any recommendations on good experiences with repair facilities?

    Thanks

    Andrew
     
  2. GadgetGuy

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  3. Prairie Pyro

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    He was trying to buy a bird from me earlier this week. Thanks for the link I can hunt him down
     
  4. GadgetGuy

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    Hani's address and phone number are on the top right of his home page.:cool:
     
  5. hunch

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    have you figured it out yet? i was off phantom pilots for a while, catching up now
     
  6. Prairie Pyro

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    Hani is doing work for a service- insurance company. Now I know why he needs so many parts
     
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