Tali H 500 in flight disconnect problem.

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    After several minutes of flight my Tali's lights begin to flash then the controller disconnects from the drone. It's probabaly my fault or something I have not done correctly as it happens with my "parts Tali" as well. I always calibrate everything and wait until I have aquired at least 5 to 7 sats but this is driving me up a wall. I replaced the receiver and flight controller, which, seemed to remedy the problem but after a flight began happening again. I am using fixed ID on the devo f 12 with zero results. I even replaced the main board thinking that might help. I know it is nothing with the transmitter as it happens when I use the F7 to fly as well. Is there something happening to change the paramaters while this thing is in flight or did I buy a couple of $400.00 paperweights ? Any insight or suggestions to this problem would be most appreciated. Also.... the battery has been fully charged and I even changed it out with no results.

     
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    You only calibrate once.

    Have you used a Lipo checker on the battery. It sounds like the batteries are old and, maybe have been stored at the wrong charge level.
     
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    unfortanuetly one of the first things I checked as it mimicked the same malady that plagued the QR 350Pros falling out of the air when one cell went low. Yes it seemed like a power problem but telemetry never shows it below 23 volts
     
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    Check the monitors for any binding.

    Make sure they spin by hand with no noise and without stopping immediately..
     

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