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Replace the the gyro on your Syma S107 so that it stops self destructing.

  1. Using tweezers, gently remove the two stabilizing links by pulling straight away from the point of connection. Using tweezers, gently remove the two stabilizing links by pulling straight away from the point of connection.
    • Using tweezers, gently remove the two stabilizing links by pulling straight away from the point of connection.

  2. Remove the counterweight bar by removing the screw. One 10.1mm Phillips #0.
    • Remove the counterweight bar by removing the screw.

    • One 10.1mm Phillips #0.

  3. Remove the gyro carriage by removing the following screws: Two 5.6mm Phillips #0.
    • Remove the gyro carriage by removing the following screws:

    • Two 5.6mm Phillips #0.

    • When reinstalling these screws make sure to line up one screw with the keyway on the main rotor shaft.

  4. Gently remove the broken gyro carriage by pulling up. Remove blade assembly by simply sliding it up and off the shaft.
    • Gently remove the broken gyro carriage by pulling up.

    • Remove blade assembly by simply sliding it up and off the shaft.

  5. Again using tweezers gently remove the stabilizing links from the blade carriage by pulling straight away from the point of connection. Again using tweezers gently remove the stabilizing links from the blade carriage by pulling straight away from the point of connection. Again using tweezers gently remove the stabilizing links from the blade carriage by pulling straight away from the point of connection.
    • Again using tweezers gently remove the stabilizing links from the blade carriage by pulling straight away from the point of connection.

  6. Remove the blades from the blade carriage by removing the following screws: Two 4.7mm Phillips #0.
    • Remove the blades from the blade carriage by removing the following screws:

    • Two 4.7mm Phillips #0.

  7. Remove the following screws: Two 4.5mm Phillips #0.
    • Remove the following screws:

    • Two 4.5mm Phillips #0.

    • Make sure to remove any broken plastic pins before reassembling the components.

    • You will have to slide the two halves of the blade carriage over the pins on the gyro carriage first when reassembling.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Thank you for this guide! This has fixed the issue and made a 35 year old boy very happy!

Patrick haymer - Contestar

Cheers thanks too this page I fixed problem  great ,  Martin

Martin Worboys - Contestar

Same here, incidentally where can I get replacement batteries please? Also have a “Picolo” heli with a bad feedback IC , supposedly this part can also be replaced on some units as its a soldered vertical board on the main.

Andre - Contestar

Thank you! Took forever to find an answer to my problem! Now very obvious thanks to you. My sanity is restored! HaHa!

CRC 04/04/2021

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