Ok, I have posted this before but I am going to post again, because I am really stumped on this one. Every now and again when I go to fly my phantom 1.1.1, I have dual battery mounts for it and most times use 2 4000mah multistar batteries, when I plug in the batteries the light on the drone quickly flashes green then it flashes red contniously as if to say the batteries are low, and this is even after fully charging them, I have a Gruaupner balance quick charger. I have treid unplugging and replugging the batteries in and the same thing happens, I have tried plugging in the drone then the drones tx and I have treid turning on the drones tx and then the drone itself and still the same thing red light flashing all the time. I have plugged the phantom into the Naza assistant and no calibration is needed all the voltages look good. On my balance charger these are what each cell was displaying for voltages after trying to fly her last night. Battery(1) 4.15, 4.16, 4.09, Battery (2) 4.16, 4.16, 4.06. I don't see anything wrong with these numbers for each cell voltage unless someone sees differently. Also I have a DJI OSD and when the drone does this with the red light flashing, the voltage on the screen is good last night is was showing around 12.7 volts, the battery symbol was flashing which it does when indicating low voltage, the Satellite count was good around 8 satellites, so this tells me she is good to fly but I wont unless the light problem is solved, don't want her to come down when she is not supposed to because of low voltages. As I posted a few days ago, I flew here last weekend and did a long range FPV flight, and when I hooked up the batteries all was fine the lights started their startup sequence and then she was good to fly. What I also forgot to mention is when the phantom is flashing its red lights indicating a possible problem, when I hook it up to the Naza assistant it displays the low voltage warning box in the bottom right hand corner of the screen, yet when you look at all the voltage settings in Naza they are just perfect and do not indicate any low voltages. Any ideas would be welcome, I have no idea why she is going this.