- Dec 2, 2015
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I just crashed my drone and the props, body and gimble were damaged. Has anyone had any experience fixing these damages through yuneec or fixing it on your own?
Was it caused because operator error or did something go wrong with the drone? Regardless I hope everything gets fixed and everything is ok. Have a blessed Holiday. Drone BoyI just crashed my drone and the props, body and gimble were damaged. Has anyone had any experience fixing these damages through yuneec or fixing it on your own?
Dang! That must have been a spectacular crash.
Props - Easy fix
Body - Bodies are available. Lots of screws...
Gimble - What happened? Can you post pics?
Also, hook it up to GUI to check that the motors are OK. I'm not sure, but it'll probably check rest of the systems.
What? They're in Ca.!does anyone know a good place to buy parts...yuneec charges 40 dollars for shipping to California
...have you had experience with them or know anyone that has experience with their techs?
It looks like we had a similar crash my gimbal broke similar to yours but the arm for one of the motors also broke. I was about 20 ft. high. How high were you when you crashed?
Dang what happend...just hook it up to the GUI and hope all your sensors are ok...
make sure you stop video recording before powering off or you could have missing video due to buffering to been written to card or possible corrupt video file all together.
She understood then, that forward stick was back, right was left, and so on.