- Jun 26, 2018
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Any ideas about this? The blade separated the prop which remained attached all the way back to the ground.
You mean the blade separated from the prop hub actually, but which motor. It looks like you hit something, just judging from the missing tip on one side ( which may have occured after impact) and the other edge damage on the same side that separated. Is this Front Right/Left or Back Right/Left?....
That other poster was using 3rd party props.Lots of more info in this post:
It happened again - prop failure #2...
Based on OP's comments on flight, either prop was defective or damaged somehow when put on the drone as it clearly did not hit anything, flying in the clear.
Note, the prop in the other post appears to have broken in the exactly same place, right by the hub.
That other poster was using 3rd party props.
Based on his airtime and experience I was surprised that non DJI props were in use.
It's hard to tell looking at the photos but, are those genuine DJI props?
You can see the DJI logo here:
However, the markings on the prop are a little different than all of my P4 props. Compare the "9450s" and lock symbol here: