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PROBLEM landing gear

Discussion in 'News' started by gustavo, Jan 5, 2016.

  1. gustavo

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    Hello, I have problems with the landing gear as it does not return to the horizontal position to save the original suitcase.
    when I give 4 times the key to return to horizontal position, or train all low landing or goes all the way up to be able to fly with the camera down.
    I do? please help,
     
  2. m00se

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    have you tried to activate storage mode on another flat surface? some carpet etc do not allow the sonar to work correctly, try a hard surface such as cement
     
  3. Primo_NYC

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    I had the same problem when I was trying to change modes while holding the aircraft in my hands, it needs to read the vps signal to go into travel mode
     
  4. Redtazdog

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    On carpet a piece of paper under will work when changing the landing gear.
     
  5. Phil-RCGeeks

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    What these guys said above is correct. Top tip though for when you're out in the field and don't have access to a hard surface or piece of paper...
    Place the inspire on the case OR if that's not an option, pop your tablet or phone on the floor under the VPS :)
     
  6. FlyHighUSA

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    These guys are spot on. I used to try and hold mine and it wouldn't stop at the travel mode level. Finally I figured it out. Simply set it on the floor, something slick is best. You don't want to risk damaging the screw drive with too much drag on the landing gear.