I flew my Phantom late yesterday afternoon. YIKES! Yup, I lost connection with the Phantom! Started coming down just near the edge of a storm water pond. Started coming down and clipped some tall pine trees. Seemed something out of a movie watching it cause havoc on the tree branches one after another. And then, kaboom on the ground. I ran to retrieve it. Lucky for me it was 10-yards on my side. Otherwise, the Phantom would have gone in the water and all would have been lost with the GoPro too! When I had grabbed the Phantom and accidently touching one of the motors... it was HOT! I mean burning hot! Yup, I burnt my hand on it. After it had cooled a little bit, I tried tugging at the motor to ensure that it didn't get bent or anything. Dang, the blade housing came right out of the coiled magnetic housing of the motor. I'd thought that was strange. I'd brought it home and started disassembling the Phantom - the one motor that the half easily popped out. It turned out after hours with messing with it, I'd noticed a C-clamp had come off the shaft assembly. Got it back on. Spent few more hours. Now, I CANNOT get the motor to turn. It appears that not enough electricity is going to the motor to generate the electromagnetic force to turn the motor. HELP! Do I merely connect to the PC and run that software? Is there a YOUTUBE video to teach me how to set the various parameters to get the motor going again? The motor is not "burnt" and I believe it merely needs adjustment. I do want to buy a spare motor to keep around. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks!