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Squealing motor

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Deathclutch, Jul 21, 2016.

  1. Deathclutch

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    My drone fellow over on take and I'm sure it's because it wasn't level enough, then the propellers couldn't spin obviously and made a loud squealing sounds, this isn't good for it obviously but jw how much damage does it cause


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  2. Deathclutch

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    Flew over on take off**


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  3. Rasit

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    "fell over on take off"
    You might be taking off too slow. When you're ready to take off, give it full stick and take off fast. No ***** footing.....
     
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  4. Deathclutch

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    It was at full throttle, was just tipped over too much lol so it fell over I'm just more so worried about how badly the motors or whatever may be damaged


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  5. SnoozeDoggyDog

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    Take the props off and start her up. Give it some throttle and listen to how it sounds under input. If all sounds well then pop there props on and hover it at about 6ft .... again see how it sounds/reacts.
     
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  6. Deathclutch

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    I just turned it all off and remove battery so it didn't overheat, everything works fine now and sounds fine now


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