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P3A parts for sale On hold for now! Items no longer for sale

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by flywindy, Apr 19, 2016.

  1. flywindy

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    Hi everyone! I just lost my P3A in the top of a 90 ft pine tree so I have
    Every thing that is left for sale. I bought all this new from DJI in January and the aircraft had a little over 12 hours on it.
    Here is a list of what I have and what I would like to get---- plus shipping. I am willing to break this up so let me know what you want!
    P3A controller model # GL300B. 175.00
    2 DJI phantom batteries. 110.00 or. 220.00
    1 new set of props never used. 15.00
    1 DJI lanyard. Free with the controller
    1 almost new 100 watt battery charger. 45.00
    1 almost new 65 w charger. 25.00
    Thanks for looking and NO. This is not on eBay---yet!
    Email. Flywindy@msn.com
     

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  2. flpholt

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    why don't you get it out of tree
     
  3. flywindy

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    The tree is smack dab in the middle of the Forrest and I am not climbing a 90 ft tall tree!
     
  4. Prairie Pyro

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    Protected forrest? Time to make some firewood. I was just thinking of trying to find a downed bird that landed in metro area. Probably sitting on a rooftop. Snare it and reel it in.
    Good luck
     
  5. flywindy

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    Got a tree climber coming tomorrow! Every thing is on hold for now!
     
  6. Prairie Pyro

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    One hour time about $60?
     
  7. flywindy

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    Hopefully all will be well by tomorrow night!
     
  8. flpholt

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    they will get it out for you
     
  9. College geezer

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    I'm kind of curious.....did you get it out of the tree?


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  10. Prairie Pyro

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    yes he did and started thread needing help drying the bird:)
     
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    US?
    just saw a post about batteries on amazon reduced to $99 brand new, might need to revise them.


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  12. Prairie Pyro

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    He is not selling anymore as he is drying out the Phantom after it stayed in a tree for three days in the rain.
     
  13. flywindy

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    Hello everyone,
    I'm sorry I haven't been here for a couple of days but have been busy with other stuff!
    UPDATE. Dried my bird with a hair dryer then put it in a box with rice for a couple of days Today I took it out of the rice and sprayed every thing that I could get to with electronics cleaner . Powered up every thing and everything seems to be working ok. Flew indoors but too windy to go outside. We will see what happens when the weather improves!
    Thanks to everyone for all the help and suggestions. This is a great site and even being a retired crop duster for 35 years I am still learning!
     
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  14. flpholt

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    great lets us no how it goes
     
  15. Prairie Pyro

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    Could be a good skit for Saturday Night live. "Run away drone maims man in home". "First death by drone" etc.
    I moderate a pellet stove site and the things that are done with or to faulty equipment gives one a good laugh very regularly:)