Posted 8/3/2018 20:00 (#6909503 - in reply to #6908875) Subject: RE: Phantom three professional repair needed?
The motor and blade would be a very simple and cheap repair, motors are on the internet easy to find.
If the gimble is messed up, as the other person said, that might get pretty involved and might be better to scrap it out? Then, have to track down the reason it stopped working as well.....
It can be worth something to the fellas that fix on them, harvest parts off of them. Anyhow used to be, I shouldn't speak for today I haven't checked in a couple years.
If you knew a friend that is good with a soldering gun and worked for a 6-pack it's worth fooling with, if it flies it flies if it doesn't you tried and only out a few bucks for some components off Amazon. The problem with sending it off to get repaired is they need to make sure it works, which takes some time and liability on their part, and quickly drives the overhead costs up.