- Jun 2, 2014
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Here is a video of my startup - Thoughts??
Just a thought; if you have left the drone turned on and sitting for too long, the gimbal motors can get a bit too warm. Over time, the gimbal motor windings, on the motor lugs, overheats the coating. The degree of melt determines the amount of disfunction of the gimbal movement. Mild melt can produce a "squishy", (in this case), yaw,. Major melt produces a buzzing, or schreechy motor, or complete failure. The coating on the wires insulates the wires from each other to produce the desired function of a motor and how it properly reacts with the black magnetic ring inside the motor drum. If you replace the yaw motor, make sure you swap out the motor shaft, or you will never get a "centered" yaw.