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Matrix Fly Away and Crash!

Jacob

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Yeah, its the same flight controller, so same issues as the Phantom.
 
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My two TB48D batteries went from 78 to 7 % in a second. No chance to save my Matrix - will DJI replace it ???
 
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Today Dji advised me that,

"It is clearly stated in the aircraft user manual that all garage doors that are in the vicinity of unpredictable flying aircrafts must be removed prior to taking delivery of your new not programmed correctly rushed to be released Matrix"
 
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Today Dji advised me that,

"It is clearly stated in the aircraft user manual that all garage doors that are in the vicinity of unpredictable flying aircrafts must be removed prior to taking delivery of your new not programmed correctly rushed to be released Matrix"
Got it - thanks. It was my fault.

btw..... the lanyard broke on my Matrix remote control and it smashed to the ground. That's not my fault as well is it?
 
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Got it - thanks. It was my fault.

btw..... the lanyard broke on my Matrix remote control and it smashed to the ground. That's not my fault as well is it?
That all depends on what cleaning product was used on the mirror that projected your reflection into your pupil upon wearing the xirtaM lanyard.
 

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