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Old 02-21-2013, 10:11 AM   #1
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I have bought a new battery for my little helicopter and i am wondering whats the best way to install it... Never done it before and i have no idea how to do it!!!! Its the type of battery that has 2 wires coming out if it whatever its called i dont know.....
Does anyone have any tips on doing this??
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We're going to need a few more details here. What kind of helicopter are we talking about? Can you post a link / photo / description?

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We're going to need a few more details here. What kind of helicopter are we talking about? Can you post a link / photo / description?
yes, the same question as you, you should tell us the model of your helicopter.
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I'm assuming we are talking about a budget price indoor micro helicopter that has a built-in battery? In that case you just need to take the heli appart to gaimn access to the battery, de-solder the wires from there they connect to the recever module, remove the old battery, solder on the two wires and put it together again.

Sorry but it's impossible to be more specific. These little budget priced helis are not really designed to allow quick/easy change out of batteries as you would find on the higher spec types. The batteries usually dont have a plug-in connector, you need to get the soldering iron out.
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check out this .might be helpful:

http://ijial.blogspot.com/2011/01/me...elicopter.html
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