Same here. Started noticing after the first couple of flights but I think it was probably always like that. The right one won’t stay all the way up and keeps creeping down. Never bothered me too much but a little bit of an annoyance.At the base swivel; they just tend to flop to either side. A pain in the ... and like I said, after only about 10 flights!
In my case, its falling down toward the other antenna. So, this is the right one, it's tilting to the left (not down away from the controller), eventually ending up nearly back in the position for storage. I just periodically bump it back up.I can understand this being a problem because the antennae always need to be oriented towards the aircraft.
Here's a shot of my controller. The antenna (on the left in this view) is loose, and likes to flop over the way it does in this photo. It's loose at the point it attaches to the remote.Can anyone show a picture of them with an arrow pointing to where they are loose?
Yep. Same with mine.
I agree completely with Maviac's description of the situation. I would call it a bit of an annoyance rather than a problem.Yep. Same with mine.
I would add that I noticed that the same antenna tends to pop up a bit when I fold it down for storage if the other one isn’t there to hold it in place. This is not a problem or even inconvenience, but it does seem to be that the right one has some sort of “springiness” at both ends of the movement range. The left one, on the other hand, stays firmly in place no matter the position.
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