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Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by Elkoholic, Jul 13, 2016.

  1. Elkoholic

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    Just got P3S from DJI repair facility in LA. They replaced axis pitch component. Can't get the Wi-Fi to work. Whats the deal?
     
  2. Ojcze Nasz

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    Ask them maybe ?
    Why would anyone here know ?
     
  3. msinger

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    What exactly doesn't seem to be working?
     
  4. Ojcze Nasz

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    Let me ask you. What would you do if you had a TV that broke and you had it repaired and sent back to your house broken again.
    Would you not contact the repair center ?
    There is a lot of good knowledgeable people, and nothing wrong with asking, but you will be able to resolve it quicker and better by contacting the place it was repaired at.
    Good Luck.
    Let us know what was the problem.
    T.
     
  5. 10X

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    Then why are you treating the op like there is something wrong with asking?

     
  6. RodPad

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    Yeah, um, so I agree.
     
  7. RodPad

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    So little more input on what is actually wrong, or did you get it figured out?
    Some of us are desperately waiting for your response.:)
     
  8. RodPad

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    I would think that the OP was already frustrated with DJI.