I just bought a Phantom 2 Vision last week and have flown it almost everyday with no problems. Today I went to fly and on the Vision app it was saying "Battery Cell damaged, do not recommend flying". I have been taking good care of the battery not going below 25% and charging it fully before use. I hooked up my bird to the DJI assistant software and it said everything is up to date, I updated all the firmware when I got it. This is my first DJI product and I do not have much experience with potential glitches and troubleshooting. IS this a known "glitch" or do I just have a suddenly bad battery after only a week? And if so, who do I contact? DJI website just gives numbers for various hobby shops all over the US. Do I just pick a random one? Do they acknowlege warranties? Do I call amazon? Does DJI even have warranties on their batteries? I just spent alot of money on this and now I can't fly suddenly because its telling me I have a bad battery, any advice? The cell readout from the software is: Cell 1 - 4156 mV Cell 2 - 3945 mV Cell 3 - 4159 mV So cell 2 appears to be off balance but I don't know if its something I did or if these batteries are just volatile. Which is concerning for future use but they appear to be well built. Any advice is greatly appreciated.