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Old 05-21-2012, 01:13 PM   #1
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got a problem now with 450 when spooling up the tail is uncontrolable, its so sensative that any movement of the controls in either direction causes it to spin and tonight have seen that the micro head lock G210HL light keeps flashing , tried to rebind , solid light until spool , then light starts flashing , do I need to replace it or is ant adjustment I should try first.
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I'm not heli Guru, but I would think maybe adjust the gyro gain on the gyro itself, and maybe try adjusting the gyro values in the transmitter.

Better still, take it too your LHS and ask them to have a look at it

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Old 06-03-2012, 09:17 PM   #3
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Make sure that the servo isn't reversed. If it's going the wrong way, it would
be uncontrolable.

Helicopters don't really fly.......
They're just so ugly, that the earth repels them.
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When ever I have an issue I retrace a path to when it flew right last. Did I adjust something after I flew last? If so readjust what ever it was back to its original position. Did this happen after a crash? If so then when you rebuilt it you got something reversed. As Heli Jim stated it could be that you got the gyro reversed. You may also have accidentally reversed the tail servo in the TX itself.

I'm not sure what TX you have but if you have a DX7 if you adjust the servo travel limits, (this is where you can adjust how far the servos travel in each direction), if you adjust the tail servo it actually does not adjust the travel limit, it adjusts the piro rate, so the higher number you go the faster the tail will react to your inputs.

Hope one of these helps.
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