First of all, never power up heli with throttle in any position except DOWN. The top left switch on the transmitter is the 'throttle hold'. The motor will not turn if 'throttle hold' has been activated. This is a safety feature. When you boot up the transmitter, if the throttle hold is in the wrong position (meaning throttle hold is de-activated, and the motor will turn, the NASA 701 will give a beep and flashing icon type warning). I am also assuming that your heli is bound to the transmitter (since you say everything seems working fine).
No, I power up correctly !!! motor no turn and just very nice music from the ESC
123-12345-12345-123-beep-beep-beep-beep beep-beep-beep-123 that all what I get.
May be, I try wint the new motor see what happen
Thank alot for your friendly help