Originally Posted by easyrider604
Video shows the right aileron is warped. Not sure if that is a contributory factor though. Condition of the other surfaces are not apparent in the video, but if the right aileron is an indication of the quality of that model, the other control surfaces will be suspect.
It is evident from the video that the model stalls first, then crashes, in all the attempts.
Motor/prop may be generating enough thrust but to fly, a plane needs to attain proper flying airspeed. So perhaps plane has not yet attained whatever air speed it needs to fly (under control).
Even if the motor/prop produces enough thrust to prop-hang the model, the model will only hover (as in 3D) if the model and radio are set-up properly and under the control of a competent 3D pilot.
Planes will not hover by themselves.
The aileron is offset for compensating the left roll.
But the airspeed could be the problem.