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Title:

Blinking green light why?

Text:

Had a sudden loss of power or signal with drone it fell and broke cross section. Can't connect wirelessly or via usb. Just getting blinking green light which usually means motors out.

Any way stripped it a little and found white motor power plug completely disconnected.  Unsure if this occurred on impact or worked loose causing motor stall.

Great thinks I. An easy job. Puts connector back firmly in place and checks all gold antenna connectors are seated and in situ.

Puts it back together and its the same.  Giving off no wifi signal to connect to for diagnostic tests on motors.

Any one any clues? Could mainboard be toast.

Device:

Parrot Bebop Drone

Status:

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Edit by: stu ,

Title:

Blinking green light why?

Text:

Had a sudden loss of power or signal with drone it fell and broke cross section. Can't connect wirelessly or via usb. Just getting blinking green light which usually means motors out.

Any way stripped it a little and found white motor power plug completely disconnected.  Unsure if this occurred on impact or worked loose causing motor stall.

Great thinks I. An easy job. Puts connector back firmly in place and checks all gold antenna connectors are seated and in situ.

Puts it back together and its the same.  Giving off no wifi signal to connect to for diagnostic tests on motors.

Any one any clues? Could mainboard be toast.

Device:

Parrot Bebop Drone

Status:

open

Edit by: stu ,

Title:

Blinking green light why?

Text:

Had a sudden loss of power or signal with drone it fell and broke cross section. Can't connect wirelessly or via usb. Just getting blinking green light which usually means motors out.

Any way stripped it a little and found white motor power plug completely disconnected.  Unsure if this occurred on impact or worked loose causing motor stall.

Great thinks I. An easy job. Puts connector back firmly in place and checks all gold antenna connectors are seated and in situ.

Puts it back together and its the same.  Giving off no wifi signal to connect to for diagnostic tests on motors.

Any one any clues? Could mainboard be toast.

Device:

Parrot Bebop Drone

Status:

open

Edit by: stu ,

Title:

Blinking green light why?

Text:

Had a sudden loss of power or signal with drone it fell and broke cross section. Can't connect wirelessly or via usb. Just getting blinking green lightslight which usually means motors out.
Had a sudden loss of power or signal with drone it fell and broke cross section. Can't connect wirelessly or via usb. Just getting blinking green lightslight which usually means motors out.
 
Any way stripped it a little and found white motor power plug completely disconnected. Unsure if this occurred on impact or worked loose causing motor stall.
 
Great thinks I. An easy job. Puts connector back firmly in place and checks all gold antenna connectors are seated and in situ.
 
Puts it back together and its the same. Giving off no wifi signal to connect to for diagnostic tests on motors.
 
Any one any clues? Could mainboard be toast.

Device:

Parrot Bebop Drone

Status:

open

Edit by: stu ,

Title:

Blinking green lightslight why?
Blinking green lightslight why?

Text:

Had a sudden loss of power or signal with drone it fell and broke cross section. Can't connect wirelessly or via usb. Just getting blinking green lights which usually means motors out.

Any way stripped it a little and found white motor power plug completely disconnected.  Unsure if this occurred on impact or worked loose causing motor stall.

Great thinks I. An easy job. Puts connector back firmly in place and checks all gold antenna connectors are seated and in situ.

Puts it back together and its the same.  Giving off no wifi signal to connect to for diagnostic tests on motors.

Any one any clues? Could mainboard be toast.

Device:

Parrot Bebop Drone

Status:

open

Edit by: stu ,

Title:

Blinking green lights why?

Text:

Had a sudden loss of power or signal with drone it fell and broke cross section. Can't connect wirelessly or via usb. Just getting blinking green lights which usually means motors out.
 
Any way stripped it a little and found white motor power plug completely disconnected. Unsure if this occurred on impact or worked loose causing motor stall.
Great
Great
thinks I. An easy job. Puts connector back firmly in place and checks all all gold antenna connectors are seated and in situ.
Great
Great
thinks I. An easy job. Puts connector back firmly in place and checks all all gold antenna connectors are seated and in situ.
 
Puts it back together and its the same. Giving off no wifi signal to connect to for diagnostic tests on motors.
 
Any one any clues? Could mainboard be toast.

Device:

Parrot Bebop Drone

Status:

open

Edit by: stu ,

Title:

Blinking green lights why?

Text:

Had a sudden loss of power or signal with drone it fell and broke cross section. Can't connect wirelessly or via usb. Just getting blinking green lights which usually means motors out.
 
Any way stripped it a little and found white antennamotor power plug completely disconnected. Unsure if this occurred on impact or worked loose causing signal loss.
motor stall.
Any way stripped it a little and found white antennamotor power plug completely disconnected. Unsure if this occurred on impact or worked loose causing signal loss.
motor stall.
Great thinks I. An easy job. Puts connector back firmly in place and checks all all gold antenna connectors are seated and in situ.
 
Puts it back together and its the same. Giving off no wifi signal to connect to for diagnostic tests on motors.
 
Any one any clues? Could mainboard be toast.

Device:

Parrot Bebop Drone

Status:

open

Original post by: stu ,

Title:

Blinking green lights why?

Text:

Had a sudden loss of power or signal with drone it fell and broke cross section. Can't connect wirelessly or via usb. Just getting blinking green lights which usually means motors out.

Any way stripped it a little and found white antenna power plug completely disconnected.  Unsure if this occurred on impact or worked loose causing signal loss.

Great thinks I. An easy job. Puts connector back firmly in place and checks all all gold antenna connectors are seated and in situ.

Puts it back together and its the same.  Giving off no wifi signal to connect to for diagnostic tests on motors.

Any one any clues? Could mainboard be toast.

Device:

Parrot Bebop Drone

Status:

open