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Introducción

Before you start this replacement, make sure to purchase a new Slip Ring Yaw Motor. Likewise, there are several small screws and parts in this motor, so, make sure not to lose these parts during repair.

  1. Remove the Motor Battery Component from the Drone.
    • Remove the Motor Battery Component from the Drone.

  2. Prop the top cover of the motor piece off the Motor Battery Component. Using Phillips #00 screwdriver, unscrew the three screws (their lengths are 5.9 mm) that are in this top cover piece. This will remove the battery from the top piece. Prop the top cover of the motor piece off the Motor Battery Component. Using Phillips #00 screwdriver, unscrew the three screws (their lengths are 5.9 mm) that are in this top cover piece. This will remove the battery from the top piece.
    • Prop the top cover of the motor piece off the Motor Battery Component. Using Phillips #00 screwdriver, unscrew the three screws (their lengths are 5.9 mm) that are in this top cover piece. This will remove the battery from the top piece.

  3. Grabbing the Motor Piece, remove the bottom cap of this motor piece. The cap should pop right off.
    • Grabbing the Motor Piece, remove the bottom cap of this motor piece. The cap should pop right off.

  4. Using the Philips #000 screwdriver, unscrew the two 5.9 mm screws and remove the retaining clip on top of the motor piece.
    • Using the Philips #000 screwdriver, unscrew the two 5.9 mm screws and remove the retaining clip on top of the motor piece.

  5. Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the four 6.3 mm motor mount screws on top of the motor piece.
    • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the four 6.3 mm motor mount screws on top of the motor piece.

  6. Once these screws are removed, pop off the top of the motor piece.
    • Once these screws are removed, pop off the top of the motor piece.

  7. Using the Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the two 4.9 mm screws on the side of the plastic cover holding the wires together. Once these screws are removed, press down on this plastic cover to reveal the wires. Pull the locking tabs that are on the end of this piece to completely remove this plastic cover.
    • Using the Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the two 4.9 mm screws on the side of the plastic cover holding the wires together.

    • Once these screws are removed, press down on this plastic cover to reveal the wires. Pull the locking tabs that are on the end of this piece to completely remove this plastic cover.

  8. Pull out the white wire connecter that is currently in the wire assembly. Pull out the white wire connecter that is currently in the wire assembly.
    • Pull out the white wire connecter that is currently in the wire assembly.

  9. Remove the white wire connector cap using the tweezers. This is for the wires that are currently in the motor piece. Do take note of the orientation and order of the wires.
    • Remove the white wire connector cap using the tweezers. This is for the wires that are currently in the motor piece. Do take note of the orientation and order of the wires.

  10. Removed the damaged slip ring motor by guiding the wires through the opening in the motor piece. Use a pair of pliers to make sure the wires are pushed through the opening in the center of the motor piece. Removed the damaged slip ring motor by guiding the wires through the opening in the motor piece. Use a pair of pliers to make sure the wires are pushed through the opening in the center of the motor piece.
    • Removed the damaged slip ring motor by guiding the wires through the opening in the motor piece. Use a pair of pliers to make sure the wires are pushed through the opening in the center of the motor piece.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order (This process is in the guide steps for reference).

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Ive done all the above but digging out the epoxy it took almost all wire with it i couldve solderd to so what to do now its the white wire by the way the camera still stabalises and points straight just cant manually control

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The White or Green wire is most likely not making connection

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