Walkera Pro 250 missing throttle control

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    Hi All,

    Received new Walkera Pro 250, but having an issue with getting off the ground. I cannot achieve 1st flight yet. I can unlock the motors, and they all start ok, but I cannot increase the motor RPM via the throttle stick on the remote control. (The remote control does show percentage of throttle movement when the throttle stick is pushed forward , but the motors are still idle) Any suggestions? Instruction manual did not help resolve this issue. Please advise.

    Thanks in Advance

    TJ

     
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    Have you messed with any settings on the transmitter or quad, I'm also guessing that you have tried both sticks to see if anything happens?
     
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    No, can't say I have really. I wish the manual of the dev7 remote, would explain each option "System" "Model" and " functions " in greater detail. Lots left out for some reason. Anyway, still grounded.. ugh!
     
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    You should increase the throttle over 62% or above, then your 250 pro will start to fly up. However, remember this, while 250 pro is in air, the throttle shall remain hold between 17% or above, otherwise the 250 pro will lock your motor and resulting in falling down to the ground.
     
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    Hi Tommy,

    Problem is, when throttle is moved forward motors will quit. Can not increase RPM in any manor. I do appreciate the throttle strategy and will heed your warnings when I finally get this bird in the air.
     
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    Hold on 62% of the throttle, the rpm will increase instantly.
     
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    If your 250 pro land on the ground and the throttle is lower than 17%, the motor will stop after 3 second
     
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    BingGO We have a winner! You are 100% correct Sir. This worked! unbelievable. Who would of though you need to "juice" it to get this bird moving.

    Many thanks. Love simple...
     
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    You do not need to "Juice it".o_O
    You just need to advance the throttle before the 3 second timer stops the motors. :cool:
     
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    Ok got that -- 3 sec delay is for the birds.. be nice to be able to change the delay time a bit.
     

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