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No Link Button on my P3 4K

Discussion in 'Phantom 4K' started by jagizzi, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. jagizzi

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    Tech support and the manual refer to a link button on the aircraft but I have now had 2 refurbed units from DJI and neither has this button. Is this normal?

    I am new to this and picked up a refurbed unit to learn. Seemed like a good price and better than getting a cheap drone as a throw away ;-)

    Jim
     
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    Can you see this part where arrow direction shows,only way they could be missing is if broken ,from memory this does happen on occasion somehow,,and might hear a rattle inside
     
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    Wow, that is not where tech support said that it should be, nor where their photo showed it being, but by Golly, there it is! Thanks for that ianzone.

    I have had them tell me to send the unit back to them twice as they were convinced that I was crazy that the button was not located on the side of the visual flight pod.

    Glad to know where it is if and when I ever need to relink or replace the remote.

    Jim
     
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    After two weeks of coping with the dreaded RC Lost syndrome and watching videos galore about how to resync the remote to the aircraft I come hat in hand to ask the experts how to do it. There is NO sync button or opening on my P34K except the two small ports ( holes). The one on the left where the light is supposed to be and the one on right where the recessed button is supposed to be. Removing the cover reveals a small square rubber cover that covers the "light" one with nothing between the cover and the plastic shell. The other is just a hole with nothing on the inside. No sign there was ever anything on the inside of this panel and there has not been a reason it was to be used before now. There is no "hole" anywhere on the remainder of the housing to be used in its stead. The P3 was purchased new and has worked OK until about a month ago. Attempts to resync using all the other technics without pressing a sync button have been fruitless.

    Can someone help?

    Jack
     
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    Is you sure you try this one,,I have to log out (low on data)but will chime in Screenshot_20180619-145216.jpg
     
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    There is no other opening on the entire aircraft other than the two I mentioned.
     
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    Um sorry late reply,,are you able to post a picture,,the p3 and p34k have link button where I show,its sounds to me like you remove vps cover thinking those 2 holes are for linking.phantom 3pro has those for linking otherwise it's what I show in picture,,post picture of front tag on drone so we know what it is,if it p34k it will say on front tag,p3s will have standed and so on
     
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