Originally Posted by TS00
@Spark & @MuddyWulf
Go back to basics. Check that your motors are connected to the right outputs, that they spin the right way, and that they have the right props. Check that your board is positioned on the frame pointing the right way. Calibrate the ESC range.
If you do all this, your machine will fly, I promise.
TS00, thanks so much for the help. You have been the most helpful so far. You gave a little information but it provided much motivation. I went over everything again.
The board was mounted in "+" fashion rather than "x". That corrected pitch/roll issue.
I flashed the the board and began from scratch.
Calibrated throttle range for individual ESC's.
set all ranges to 1000-1500-2000
calibrated acc & mag.
The only problem I am now having is getting the quad to lift. The quad is very light on power up and wants to lift but at full throttle it just doesn't. I have checked motor revolution and ensured that props are mounted correctly. Almost there!!! YAY!! Any suggestions on the low throttle output? One other thing I have noticed is that "debug 1" at the bottom of the gui has numbers that change with the "alt" box (left side of the multiwii gui). The gray line on sensor display is always up and down not straight. Is that right? Thanks again for being a huge help.