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I'm in bed now, but it looks like it is 45deg. out. That opened port is where the grey coaxial wire goes. It should be facing the side of the drone. Please check it carefully as I can make mistakes. At least by what my wife says.
 
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youtube irepairmd channel. He's got some great videos on phantom repairs.
 

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Check the orientation of the flat side of the roll motor shaft. It should be positioned at exactly 12 o’clock.( the flat side facing up ).
 
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I'm glad it all worked out for you. You have learned a little. Lol Now you are a P3s gimbal specialist from the school of hard Knox. I'll be sending everyone to you. Lol
 
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Hi guys !
I've got that shaky gimbal dance problem too after a crash. My problem is that everything looks OK. The Ribon cable looks great, the roll motor shaft is well positionned.
The crash did some bad damages on the P3S mainboard. The compas connector went away, and a friend of mine soldered it back. Could the gimbal issue come from the P3 mainboard or is it independant ?
 

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