I've had my Inspire since Feb. and flown it many times without a problem. I finally had a crash today and I'm trying to figure out exactly what needs to be fixed or replaced. The visible damage was confined to a broken carbon fiber motor mount and the camera/gimbal was knocked off the drone. The drone hit a tree at low altitude, so I was optimistic that I could repair and fix it. The camera detached by pulling off the shock absorbers and ripping out the two ribbon connectors. There was no visible damage to the camera or gimbal. The wires visible in the cracked carbon fiber motor tube appeared intact. When I reattached the camera, battery etc., the arms automatically "came down" and the camera did its usual "dance". I was optimistic until the DJI Pilot app showed no camera image at all, and the message in red "No Signal" showed at the top of the app. Also, the LED on the remote stayed red as well. BUT, when I used the joystick "startup move", I was surprised to see that all 4 motors wound up and worked! However the landing gear did not respond to any switch inputs. Why the "No Signal" message? Does that mean the camera is broken? Does it only refer to a "video signal" since there is obviously a "control signal" going to the motors? What does the red LED really indicate? I obviously don't want to spend $550 on a new camera/gimbal if I don't have to. Any help would be greatly appreciated.