Originally Posted by M3ATpl0w
Hey guys. I got the mCPx2 a couple of months ago, and really been enjoying it. I have been flying in normal mode, just trying to get the hang of it. Well, got brave this weekend and flipped into IU, and she fell out of the air like a rock. I went over and picked her up, and the little blue led on the main board was flashing. Not real fast like when you are binding, but like blink-blink-blink-pause, blink-blink-blink-pause. Now, even in normal mode, I can take off and hover for 10 to 30 seconds, and she drops like a rock, with the same flashing led. Tried rebinding...no help. Tx is a DX7, programmed per manual. Anyone have any ideas? TIA
Are you using the stock batteries by chance? A flashing LED could mean a couple of things:
1. The most common reason is low voltage. (the stock batteries are horrible and don't maintain their voltage well in stunt mode). One of my OEM batteries wouldn't even hold a charge well enough to hover the heli when it was right out of the box.
2. Binding issue. I know that you have re-bound the TX but when you did this process did you move the throttle to the far right? If not then the heli may think it is bound to a non-computerized radio which will cause issues.