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POST CRASH: H3-3D Gimbal horizon level is off...

Discussion in 'Zenmuse H3-2D GoPro Gimbal' started by The Brackyard, Jan 3, 2015.

  1. The Brackyard

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    Howdy y'all,

    I recently became the proud new owner of a Phantom 2 w/GoPro Hero 4 mounted on a H3-3D gimbal. It took a slight spill on my fourth flight. Upon inspection, everything looked fine except for a snapped propeller. After I replaced the propeller and took off for my first post-crash flight, I noticed the horizon level was way off on the gimbal. I have run calibration checks and updated everything. I have seen the "dime balancing" trick, however, I would like to have it back to normal without having to apply the "dime trick". Has anyone else experienced this problem and have a solution to re-calibrate the gimbal back to normal? Thanks...
     
  2. capodrone81

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    manually bend arm back if that is the issue. or uninstall gimbal from phantom and reinstall with washers on one side to balnce horizon again.