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Discussion in 'Q500 4K Discussion' started by Rick K., Sep 5, 2016.

  1. Rick K.

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    So I own a Q500 4K since May 2016 only flew this like 6 times so far just been way too busy. But I do keep up on the forums and the issues , crossed my fingers it would never happen and well today lift off and TILT , I brought it down powered off and back on and flew it for 3 batteries worth because I wanted to drain my batteries they been sitting charged . So after turning it off and back on and 3 batteries later it was fine and straight but I'm worried , when it did happen and I landed it and turned the motors off the gimble was vibrating until I turned the power off . Just not sure what to do call yuneec or wait if it happens again?
     
  2. Ralphy

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    It was drunk from labor day?
     
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  3. Buddy Collins

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    Did you take off from a Level spot initially?
     
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    If you "lift off" from a uneven surface the quad will tend to drift towards the lower side during flight,so finding a level surface to lift off from is the best! That being said,if you know how to fly (RC) it isn't as big of a deal just correct it with the sticks as you fly ( I wish Yuneec would make the trim tabs on the Tx functional):( This would make setting minor adjustments for drift,a simple task,as opposed to landing and resetting the FC again to correct for stability!
     
  5. Rick K.

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    Not sure correcting with sticks would help the camera being level as much as it was tilted , just hate to hold off and than it happens out of warranty. Not sure what to do .