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Propeller is making an unusual noise
Your Prop is not spinning.
Incorrect Prop Attachment
All the propellers and motors are labeled A and B. This means that all the propellers and corresponding motors should match to be properly attached. If they do not, change the propellers to match; this will take some time but is possible.
After a crash, the props are normally chipped or broken. If the prop is broken, it needs to be replaced. There are many videos available and replacing the propeller is the next step you should take.
Motor is not turning on or is making unusual noises
Your Motor is making an unusual noise (loud or clicking noise, etc.), or it fails to turn on and run.
ESC Board Damage
A bad motor will make a different sound than the others and may detect a slight clanking sound. It will also be stiffer and rotate to a stop quicker than the others. If a warning is detected, the motor can't decide which way it wants to spin. When the motor fails, an odd odor will appear, due to the burning of an IC chip or motor coil. The motor should then be replaced with a new and functional motor.
The barrings are in the motor, under the prop. They allow for the prop to smoothly spin. If the barring is damaged the the props will not spin as efficiently. The motor should be repalced to fix this issue.
Battery is not charging correctly
When plugged into your charger, the battery won't charge.
The LiPo battery is swelling and puffy
If your LiPo battery has expanded, this is a situation where you must properly dispose of the battery. The battery is no longer balanced, and it is unsafe to use.
It's Cold Weather
LiPo Batteries decrease in performance during cold weather because the cold temperatures cause the chemical reaction to slow down. Do not fly with a LiPo battery when it is below 14 degrees Fahrenheit.
Arm will not move
One of your arms is broken or cracked.
Broken Spring/Arm Clip
The spring/arm clip keeps the prop's arm in place and can break during a crash. A new clip can be purchased and replaced on the Typhoon H. Replace the arm clip with the following link: Yuneec Typhoon H Spring Clip Replacement
Broken Cabon Arm
Even though the carbon arm is strong material, it can break during major crashes. If the carbon arm snaps, then the entire arm must be replaced.
The Camera won't turn on or move
Your gimbal is uncontrollable when the camera is on.
Sometimes the camera gimbal gets locked into place and cannot be moved. This is often times a result of a wire that connects to the motor in the gimbal. Since it is a part that moves a lot that wire has a tendency to snap. Use Yuneec Typhoon H Gimbal Bushing Reattachment to fix the broken wire.
Broken Camera Attachment
Due to the fact that the camera hangs so low, it is sometimes landed on. There are parts on the mechanism that attaches the camera to the drone that frequently breaks when the drone is crashed. Some of these parts are designed to break when they crash to absorb some of the crash. They are usually an easy fix; you just need to order and install the new piece. You can find a replacement guide for this piece at Yuneec Typhoon H Gimbal Bushing Reattachment