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Six6siX:
03 Jun 2020 13:28:30
ooo... hello all
badger1:
02 Jun 2020 22:09:18
TBS Source One frame with 7" arms
badger1:
02 Jun 2020 22:09:02
my guess was bang on the number - just out on the units!
LiamHowe89:
02 Jun 2020 21:48:33
Just a bit out from your initial guess then  :laugh: What kind of frame do you fly with?
badger1:
02 Jun 2020 18:52:22
shoutbox doesn't like ampersands for some reason
badger1:
02 Jun 2020 18:51:54
and it was more like a 100m fall  :o
badger1:
02 Jun 2020 18:50:36
lol - checked my logging
badger1:
02 Jun 2020 11:52:29
@Liam - no, absolutely fine.  had another couple of flights with it afterwards -  :laugh:
LiamHowe89:
01 Jun 2020 21:23:22
Ouch! Any breakages?
badger1:
01 Jun 2020 19:55:02
failsafe from 100' into a cornfield  :angry:  thank fck for telemetry!  :smiley:
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possible dammaged cn-06???? help??

Started by paulcobra, Monday,January 14, 2013, 01:28:00

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paulcobra

i used some double sided tape to tape my cn-06 gps rx to one of the arms, removed it to run some wiring and didnt realise i had got double sided tape on the battery, when i removed it to run wires i noticed i had pulled the battery away from the board breaking a solder joint on the battery, can this be fixed?? if so how??  see red arrow on pic

secretman

resolder the pin... or follow the routing ans solder a wire from the tab to the next place... and you dont realy need the battery, only there to keep setting like 2 3 minute...

Ross

Monday,January 14, 2013, 08:23:55 #2 Last Edit: Monday,January 14, 2013, 08:34:21 by Ross
Bad luck there..However.....I would dump the board...... as risking flying with a board that has been "bodged" could mean a wrecked model and or injury to someone.  Not worth it.  These boards with surface mount components  really require special surface mount components  soldering tools to solder/unsolder these components and the average modeller only has the usual soldering iron ( and not a proper instrument iron at that).
I know it means buying a new board.......but.... Better safe than sorry.
Let's be careful out there.
SAFETY is.. NO accident.

Gaza07

Its difficult to tell in the picture but it looks like just the solder joint has broken so it should be easy to just re solder it, if the pad has come off as well then as Secretman said scrape the covering off the good bit of track and run a wire from that to the leg of the battery, then stick the whole thing in place with a blob of hot glue  ~~

secretman

exactly gaza, and no need of the battery to work #1 it';s just to keep setting... dont trash it...

bunnygirl80

Hi, Something similar happened to my expensive JR transmitter about six months ago. One of the brass foils came apart from the circuit board. I was devastated as a new RF board was £140 not including fitting. Luckily a friend of mine from the local RC plane club recommended a guy. He is a ex-JR technician and now works for himself doing this kind of work. He charged me £30 and that included pickup and delivery and the best thing was it was all done in 5 days. If you want his details, let me know and I can email them to you. Stef  ~~
Always smile because you never know who could be falling in love with it. :) Drone Operator in North Wales. www.aerialworx.co.uk

paulcobra

Had a look at possibly soldering back on but the battery came away all together, i connected it all up and went through programing and seems to be working, picking up 8 satalites indoors.