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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Rickesco, Feb 7, 2016.

  1. Rickesco

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    Hey guys,

    Ok after having a lot of issues with the last firmware, now the Inspire won't start using the joysticks. The only way to start it is to used the auto takeoff from the APP. The Inspire flys well- no issues there. Any idea why this is happening ?? I Appreciate your comments..

    Rick
     
  2. SteveT1

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    Try a RC calibration. Your Joysticks may be out of alignment.
     
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    Just tried and still the same...
     
  4. SteveT1

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    Instead of in and down, have you tried down out? What RC version , and Inspire version are you running?
     
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    Version 1.5.70
    Yeah. tried that also...nothing
     
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    Sorry, I'm not much help.....
    Try deleting the DJI App, save all your flights to the cloud first.
    Power down your IPAD, Power on IPAD, re-install App.
    Can't think of anything else......
     
  7. Rickesco

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    Thanks Steve.. I'll try it..
     
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    Have you tries re-flashing the firmware, or a different version?
     
  9. Rickesco

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    No, but that sounds like a good idea. thanks!!!
     
  10. The Editor

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    Redo the stick calibration - that's what it will be.
    Make sure you move the sticks through all axis several times.
    The motors will not start if the FC does not see full (100%) stick throw for the CSC command which is what is happening.
     
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    Editor,

    Thanks for some reason I had to cal it a few times until it finally took. It's all good again-Thank you for your help

    Rick
     
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