AIBAO NOT ARMING / UNLOCKING PROPELLER

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    Please if somebody can help,

    i am trying to arm Aibao as usual, as i used to do it before,this is the first time it didnt work the way is used to do it,
    Left my drone long time this winter without using, but dont know if i have to reconfigure anything?

    Please hope somebody can help .


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    Did you leave the batteries in Storage charge levels? TX and Drone?
     
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    Thank for the reply @bjr981s
    The drone battery yes i used to charge it every time in a while, and they always took just little time before being fully charged (its almost mew batteries) as i dont use the drone a lot.

    But the TX no, even when i powered it up the batteries were green light on.

    I thought it need reconfiguration maybe?
    But even when buy it new i didnt need that, so i am confused.

    Thank you for help

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    The batteries will be seriously damaged if kept at full charge.

    Storage charge is 3.8V per cell. I suggest that you buy a Lipo Tester and check the battery cell voltages.

    If batteries are kept at full charge for more than 2-5 days the battery chemistry starts to fail.

    Damaged batteries will appear to charge but actually have stored no charge. You can tell by using the LiPo tester.

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