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AAAAHHHHH! #2I know the feeling, i had a similar screw up. I had crashed my Evo 50 bad, got it all fixed up the following week for the next weekend and was flying around in the driveway to make sure everything was back in order.I was hovering about 1 foot off the driveway, trimmed well enough that you can let go of the sticks for a minute and all of a sudden on its own it pitched forward and sent blade parts everywhere, bent the flybar but did manage to stay on the skids when it was over with. Luckily it was only blades, flybar and of course more setup again. What i found to be my problem was a missing servo horn screw that allowed the forward/backward servo arm to work its way off. Now i check all of them before every start.
Good luck on the fix, don't let it be a winter project. Later.