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Remote Control Helicopter problem

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suspended6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Tried it out today for the first time. And it just spins anti-clockwise very fast, it never stays straight, i tried many thing such as trying to adjust the tail and trying to adjust the buttons.
Any help?
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suspended6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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suspended#1
It's the Nano-copter from The Science Museum if that helps.
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31pfS2b1XdL._SL500_AA250_.jpg
#2
adjust the trim
banned#3
Most of them are just rubbish, they all spin round eventually after so many crashes.
#4
did you get those aluminium?/metal? squares that stick to it to weight it a bit?

They might do the trick
#5
dcx_badass;7329387
You have to adjust the trim.



Cant beat fiddling with a bit of trim.
#6
i got me a little chopper as well for chirstmas & i had to adjust the trim on mine to stop the pilot going dizzy :-D cracking little toy but only get 5 to 7 mins flying time from a 20 min charge, i want longer missions :x
#7
harlzter
Cant beat fiddling with a bit of trim.


I love 'em trim.
#8
Hamleys had these flying all around their shop yesterday - at least 3 of the blighters - if you still cant get it to work - give them a ring - they are (uf they answer the phone) normally really helpful. xxxx
#9
personally i think this company is a scam tbh.......practically brand new and owned by a 21 year old

wow or whatever the company is called is all cheap n nasty tat, masquerading in being all official under "the science museum" tag

http://www.wowstuff.co.uk/shop/go_shopping/science_museum/
suspended#10
Tried adjusting the trim but it either doesn't do anything, or makes it spin faster! (Yes i am adjusting it the right way)
Could it be a mechanical problem?
It was like this out of the box before any crashes
#11
I also have a little chopper, but I never tire of twirling it round in all directions.

I enjoy hours of innocent fun, simply playing with myself.

I am sure you will be happy, too, once you have learned how to handle your chopper correctly. :)
suspended#12
renard
I also have a little chopper, but I never tire of twirling it round in all directions.

I enjoy hours of innocent fun, simply playing with myself.

I am sure you will be happy, too, once you have learned how to handle your chopper correctly. :)


Lol, actually i'm not bad at flying it, it's just impossible when it's spinning round at 50 times a second :?
I will try to fix it again tomorrow. If not then it's going back for a replacement (Is it possible for a helicopter replacement?)
#13
deek72
I love 'em trim.


I'm with you can't beat a bit of trim lol
#14
renard
I also have a little chopper, but I never tire of twirling it round in all directions.

I enjoy hours of innocent fun, simply playing with myself.

I am sure you will be happy, too, once you have learned how to handle your chopper correctly. :)


Little choppers are easy to handle its the big ones that cause a problem :whistling:
#15
renown
Little choppers are easy to handle its the big ones that cause a problem :whistling:


You are lucky if you have a big chopper.
Mine is very small, only about 8" long.
Fortunately, the nice young lady from next door has had plenty of experience and is always willing to lend me a hand if I have difficulty getting it to rise. :thumbsup:
#16
DarkKnight
Lol, actually i'm not bad at flying it, it's just impossible when it's spinning round at 50 times a second :?
I will try to fix it again tomorrow. If not then it's going back for a replacement (Is it possible for a helicopter replacement?)


Serious reply: the little Picoo helicopter we opened on Christmas Day "flew" brilliantly for many flights before spinning rapidly and not rising very far. The trim button had no effect.

Then we spotted a hair had somehow wound itself round the tail rotor shaft. As soon as we removed the hair, the little chopper flew perfectly again.

Have a good look at the area of your tail rotor. Hope this helps.

If you have to return it, you should have no trouble with a decent retailer. Anything you buy should work properly, otherwise it is subject to refund.

(To those who say these little helicopters are rubbish, remember they are sold as indoor novelty items, not as proper radio controlled models. They are for indoor fun, not serious flying. We are having great fun with ours.)
suspended#17
renard
Serious reply: the little Picoo helicopter we opened on Christmas Day "flew" brilliantly for many flights before spinning rapidly and not rising very far. The trim button had no effect.

Then we spotted a hair had somehow wound itself round the tail rotor shaft. As soon as we removed the hair, the little chopper flew perfectly again.

Have a good look at the area of your tail rotor. Hope this helps.

If you have to return it, you should have no trouble with a decent retailer. Anything you buy should work properly, otherwise it is subject to refund.

(To those who say these little helicopters are rubbish, remember they are sold as indoor novelty items, not as proper radio controlled models. They are for indoor fun, not serious flying. We are having great fun with ours.)


Thanks, i will take a look at the rotor and see if there are any blockages. I hope it's simple to fix :thumbsup:

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