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12-22-2014 11:01 AM  5 years ago
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tgalo

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What would this cause?
Landed my 700 then heard a noise when I turned the main gear. traced it to the motor. one of the magnets has moved. Not good right?

Gravity's a bitch ant it?
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12-22-2014 11:05 AM  5 years ago
Retired2011

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That happened to me recently also, except almost all of my magnets had moved.
I just bought a new motor...not sure how successful a repair would be.
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12-22-2014 02:38 PM  5 years ago
Pistol Pete

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Medium or Thick CA back in place. Make, use "temporary" spacers for centering equal-distance among the other two until glue sets.

or send to me and get a new one.

As for cause, possible lost of commutation, sync, aka cogging. Just a hick-up and a weak "glued" spot.

Do check magnet for missing "slivers" which are most likely elsewhere in motor.
~~Enjoying the hobby one flight at a time~~
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