Introduction

Use this guide to replace a broken propellor on your DJI Phantom. When replacing, be sure to match the original propellor spin direction.

Tools

Parts

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  • Press down on battery door release tab to flip the battery door open.

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Image 1/3: Avoid pulling on the battery wires, excess stress may break the wires, damage the power connectors, or crack the internal solder joints. Image 2/3: Avoid pulling on the battery wires, excess stress may break the wires, damage the power connectors, or crack the internal solder joints. Image 3/3: Avoid pulling on the battery wires, excess stress may break the wires, damage the power connectors, or crack the internal solder joints.
  • Pull out the battery pack.

  • Avoid pulling on the battery wires, excess stress may break the wires, damage the power connectors, or crack the internal solder joints.

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Image 1/2: It's a tight fit, so be careful not to hit your drone or yank on the cables when it releases! Image 2/2: It's a tight fit, so be careful not to hit your drone or yank on the cables when it releases!
  • Pull the two halves of the XT60 power connector apart.

    • It's a tight fit, so be careful not to hit your drone or yank on the cables when it releases!

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Image 1/2: Black-topped propeller collets unscrew clockwise Image 2/2: Black-topped propeller collets unscrew clockwise
  • Silver-topped propeller collets unscrew counter-clockwise

  • Black-topped propeller collets unscrew clockwise

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Image 1/3: Once free, unscrew and remove the collet. Image 2/3: Once free, unscrew and remove the collet. Image 3/3: Once free, unscrew and remove the collet.
  • For propellors with silver collets: Use a 12 mm wrench or socket to loosen silver collets in the counter-clockwise direction.

  • Once free, unscrew and remove the collet.

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Image 1/3: Once free, unscrew and remove the collet. Image 2/3: Once free, unscrew and remove the collet. Image 3/3: Once free, unscrew and remove the collet.
  • For propellors with black collets: Use a 12 mm wrench or socket to loosen black collets in the clockwise direction.

  • Once free, unscrew and remove the collet.

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  • Gently press down the motor shaft and lift the propeller up to remove it.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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