I decided to check out the functionality of my crashed drone last night while trying to drain my suspect battery. A few things I noticed, I wanted to ask here so someone with more experience can tell me if it was normal. I had the body open and everything hooked up (no blades). I had my broken gimbal connected also. When I went into the DJI software, It showed 0% battery even with the actual battery showing 3 lights. I swapped batteries and it showed the same 0% with 2 lights showing on the battery. I decided to just mess with the RC and simulate flying to wear the battery down quicker. I pushed the left stick up to "ascend" and then let go. The motors kept spinning like I was holding the stick up. I hit the left stick down and it returned to a slower speed. I moved the right stick to simulate movement and the motors sped up. When I released the stick, the motors didn't slow down until I moved the right stick again in the opposite direction. I did all this indoors so there was no gps or compass calibration done. Also, I am still in phantom mode for the RC. Any suggestions? Is this normal because I was indoors? My body doesn't get here until Thurs, but if this isn't normal, I don't want to take a chance and lose my drone due to damage.