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Havoc Heli - Getting Started
You will need:
How long should it take to charge my Havoc Heli?
Your Havoc Heli will take around 25-35 minutes to charge. You will know when the helicopter is fully charged because the green charge light on the controller will go out!
How do I install batteries in my Havoc Heli controller?
You will need: (not included with your Havoc Heli)
What do the controller / helicopter lights mean for my Havoc Heli?
Here are the different types of lights you may get on your remote control or helicopter and what they mean:
Solid Green – Charging
Green light Off – Fully Charged
Flashing Green – Please try changing batteries
Solid Red – Controller ON
Red light Off – Controller OFF
Flashing Red – Replace Batteries
Are you seeing different lights that aren’t on this list? If so, call our Customer Care Department at 1-800-622-8339. They’d love to help!
How do I charge my Havoc Heli?
What you need:
Can I fly more than one Havoc Heli at a time?
You can fly 3 Havoc Heli’s together at any one time; just make sure you have 3 helicopters in 3 separate frequencies – either A, B or C. The frequency will be printed on the front of the box in the lower right hand corner and on the underside of the helicopter.
Where can I fly my Havoc Heli?
Your Havoc Heli is designed to be flown indoors only, so do not fly it outside! The room you are in should have lots of space to fly with no breakable objects. Try to avoid direct sunlight or other IR (infrared) devices. The IR signal between the controller and the heli will not work well near sunlight so you may lose connection and crash. It's also a really small helicopter - it doesn't take much to knock the little guy off course! Turn off any ceiling fans and stay away from any other air vents. Follow these tips and you will be an expert pilot in no time!
How far can my Havoc Heli fly?
The signal is good for around 20-30 feet. This should be plenty of distance for most indoor areas you will be flying your Havoc Heli!
How long will my Havoc Heli fly for?
The average flight time for your Havoc Heli is around 4-6 minutes on a full charge. The flight time may vary depending on where you’re flying it, the type of batteries you are using, and how much throttle you give the helicopter!
What more can you tell me about my Havoc Heli?
Variety of colors (Blue, Yellow, Red, Green, Black...)
A, B, C
Approx. 20 - 25 ft.
Battery Requirement for Havoc Heli™:
Rating: DC 3.7 V, 1,8 W, 90 mAh LiPo
Batteries: 1 x 3.7 V Li-Poly Rechargeable Battery Pack
Requires: 1 x 3.7 V Li-Poly Rechargeable Battery Pack (included)
Battery Requirement for Controller/Charger:
Rating: DC 9 V, 0,45 W
Batteries: 6 x 1.5 V "AA"/LR6/AM3
Requires: 6 x 1.5 V "AA" size batteries (not included)
Approx. 30 mins.
Are there replacement parts available for my Havoc Heli?
If the tail blade on your Havoc Heli has been damaged, the good news is it can be easily replaced with one of the two spare tail rotors included in your Havoc Heli's box. Simply slide the old blade off and replace it with one of the new blades and you'll be good to fly again! While other parts may not be replaceable, we would love to see if there is anything we can do for you. Give our Customer Care Department a call at 1-800-622-8339 and they will be glad to help you out!
My Havoc Heli keeps spinning! What do I do?
If you helicopter is spinning in circles, the first thing you’re going to want to do is check the tail rotor to see if there is any hair or debris caught in that area. Even just one little piece of hair can make your helicopter spin out of control! Carefully remove the tail rotor with your rotor removal tool and take out anything which could get in the way of the tail rotor spinning.
Now try and fly your helicopter. If it’s still spinning, the next step would be to “trim” your helicopter.
See that little button on your controller that says “ST-Trim”? This will help you get your helicopter to stop spinning.
Setting the Trim:
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