CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Black Spider Remote Helicopter
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- Easy to fly
- 2 Channel Infrared Helicopter
- Built in LED Light
- Remote Controller Requires (6) AA Batteries (Not Included)
- Ages 9+
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Once this is fixed the helicopter is pretty durable.
How to fix/prevent this: If this hasn't happened to you, you should unscrew the plastic nose cone and remove it. Inside, you'll find the battery with an adhesive backing and the tiny wires stuck to it. Detach the wires from the adhesive (the tiny wires stuck to it, not the fat wires soldered to the battery), then press the battery to the black plastic frame so it sticks to the frame solidly. Problem fixed.
If this has happened to you, remove the nose cone, detach the wires from the sticky backing of the battery, then you need to strip (teeth work great!) the tiny wires and resolder them to the board. The wire colors seem to be different for each copter, so you need to look at both motors wires to see which way they go. On the back motor, note which side of the copter the wire is. For instance, on mine the left wire was white and the right was black. Follow each wire to the front of the copter and see which PCB pad they are connected to. The pads will have labels: M1-, M2- and M+. One of the back motor wires will be attached to M1- and one will be attached to M+. Now, for the front motor (which is usually the broken one) you simply need to reverse the sides. So, if for your back motor, the left wire was attached to M+ and the right wire was attached to M1-, then for the front motor, the left wire should be attached to M2- and the right wire should be attached to M+.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was not good buy, never worked out of the package. Just flew straight to floor.Published 4 months ago by Alan
Fun little heli, although the main shft was bent slightly out of the box. It flies well for the price. It's also a tough little toy. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Chris
The helicopter is not all that bad for the price, but there is a design flaw. It is a RC Helicopter, and you WILL crash it, and it is not designed to withstand a nose-first crash... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bill O'Connor
Smoke began rising from the controller when I attempted to charge the copter. No user error here, I've owned many other RC copters.Published 19 months ago by D. Clark
I'm a 30 year old geek and this is one of the best Christmas presents I've ever gotten! After a little practice it is relatively easy to fly. The LED headlights top it off!Published 19 months ago by cjenkins
Can I fix the problem? Yes.
Do I want to fix it? No.
This is a piece of shim of a thing. Out of box, of FIVE tested, each one had a defect. Read more
Pure junk. Too late to return to CVS. Bottom rotor would not spin. I opened the thing up and found that there was a small white gear missing. Read morePublished on May 7, 2014 by Peter B. Kingman