I have no experience with fixing electronic problems, so I need a pointer. I had a "small" accident today. Flew around a while, had to pause for a moment so switched to GPS mode and the phantom decided to make it's own mind about where to go, moved hard right for about 15 meters and the cut it's engines at 30m or so high and hit the ground pretty hard. Luckily there was only a small amount of damage. One of the power supply connectors was torn off, so once I learn to solder I can fix that. What I don't know how to fix myself is a small wire that came out of the 4 pin plug that goes into the NAZA from the LED. Is anyone able to point me in the direction of a youtube guide that shows how this works? My guess is that it somehow pops open and I can reinsert it. What I'm hoping is that I don't have to get a new connector to the LED that I have to resolder to the LED PCB. Many thanks in advance for any help anyone can offer.