I was flying the Phantom all day filming some beautiful scenery in Costa Rica when I decided to change the camera angle, stuck a screwdriver behind the transmitter, the camera turned fine, just like it's supposed to, I flew around a bit more, wanted to change the angle again, so I did the same with the screwdriver, but the camera didn't move. Phantom was still hovering no problem, so I landed and tried to fix the angle on the ground. Couldn't get it to work so I decided to turn everything off and restart and that's when the transmitter stopper turning on. I tried 2 different sets of batteries so it's definitely not the charge. I turn it on and the red light does not come on. Any ideas, guys? Known issue? Did I mess something up when trying to adjust the angle with a screwdriver? What are my options here? New transmitter? I hope there's a way to fix this now as I still have a full day in CR before heading back to NY and would love to get more shots. Thanks!