Repairing the P4 yaw motor the cheap way. ( Not the best way )

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Repairing the damaged flexible of the yaw motor as a temporary measure waiting for the actual new parts surprisingly works flawlessly... Something to think about.
 

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So, did you just touch the lap with a soldering iron and rosin core solder? Do the wires have to be exposed individually?
 
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Repairing the damaged flexible of the yaw motor as a temporary measure waiting for the actual new parts surprisingly works flawlessly... Something to think about.

Great repair great post....:)
Waylander
 

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