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Old Jan 21, 2013, 03:58 AM
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Risshuu, I have looked at the photos you posted in the other thread. The first one and the second to the last one were very telling. As I have suspected, the pivot pins on the head assembly are broken and they are missing. Unlike the S107G, the S800G has two pivoting rotors (S107G only has one, because it doesn't have a swash plate.)

Your bottom set of pivot pins are intact, but the top set is broken (and missing). See the areas that I have circled in your picture. And compare your picture with the picture posted at the top of this page (post #331).

If you look pictures I've included in my article about pivot pins, you will see the same head assembly, and you will see how the pivot pins are missing there. This is probably due to an "Unscheduled landing", especially if it used to fly well. Instead of returning it, you should probably be fixing it yourself. Just follow the instruction in my blog and you should be able to get this fixed.
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