I was wondering if anyone else has had this issue? When descending I used the left stick and pushed it down until it clicked in place to allow automatic descending. This time the engine cut out and dropped onto the parkinglot. My bird suffered broken propellers and a really bent arm on the gimbal. I had purchased a gimbal guard to protect the gimbal itself and fortunately it did its job protecting the ribbon and camera, but bent the heck out of the arm. I was able to reproduce the engine cutting off on the bench. So I researched and found 4 videos on how to disassemble the gimble from the bird. I watched three of them. When disassembling the gimbal from the bird - the 3 white connectors that connected to the body, 2 of them were removed with no problems, the 3rd wire stripped. If I would have watched the fourth video it covered proper removal of the 3rd connection, explaining how that one connector was difficult, and how to prevent what I did on removal. So now I have a stripped connector, and a very bent arm on the gimbal. I will try to attach some images, what should I do?