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Transmitter wont stay on

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Help' started by isi, Mar 21, 2016.

  1. isi

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    Hi
    Just got my inspire with 2 remotes, one works fine with turning on, the double press and hold etc..
    The other one wont stay on after i release the power button, if i turn it on when its connected to the charger it stays on, or if i keep holding the power button down.
    Anyone know what the couse of this issue might be or if it can be resolved by me or if i should send it back to the seller for troubleshooting etc?
     
  2. The Editor

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    Try charging the battery?
     
  3. isi

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    Have been in the charger for several hours.
     
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    In that case I would say you have a faulty 6,000mah lipo cell in your remote which is not taking/holding a charge.
    Since it is brand new I would get you dealer to swap it for a replacement.
    Out of interest - how many LEDs are illuminating on a single press of the power button on the remote?
     
  5. Mad_angler1

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    Sadly does sound like a bad pack.

    Will it turn on and stay on with the adapter plugged in ?


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    4th line of OP's original post. :p
     
  7. Mad_angler1

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    Sorry my bad I missed that.

    Note to self, read the op FULLY numpty


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