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Blade Motor with Wire Clockwise Rotation: Nano QX
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- Blade Motor with Wire
- Clockwise Rotation: Nano QX BLH7604
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Make sure when you purchase this motor that you are buying the one with the correct rotation. If you flip your quadcopter over you can see there are two types, one with a white and black connector and another with a red and black connector. Buy the appropriate color!
In order to change out an old motor in a Blade Nano QX, you first remove the propeller. Next flip the quadcopter over and follow the line to the connector in the center of the unit. Carefully use a set of needlenose pliers to gently remove it. Pulling on the wire itself will result in the wire coming loose from the connector, but the connector still in place. You won't be able to fit your fingers into the tight space. Once its out, unhook the line from the holder in the arm. In order to push the motor out you'll need to get it past the seat. You'll notice two tabs holding the motor down. These are easily moved out of the way and you can then press the motor through. Install the new motor by following the procedure in reverse. Put the connector through the seat, and connect it to the board. If you are a perfectionist, notice the line to the motor you took out and see if it has a knot in it. If it does, gently tie one yourself before connecting. This happens because the distance from the motor to the connector is different for each of the motors.