Broken Power Button on Crazyflie

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mgooch
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Re: Broken Power Button on Crazyflie

Post by mgooch » Mon Jun 30, 2014 12:52 pm

You were correct. I managed to bridge the two legs on the IC. Did a little re soldering magic and got it to power on with out being plugged in. :mrgreen:

Thanks again so much for your help tobias. Your attention to detail and provided pictures were very much appreciated. More importantly, thank you for your time.



tobias
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Re: Broken Power Button on Crazyflie

Post by tobias » Tue Jul 01, 2014 8:19 am

Great that you managed to fix it! Now you can "+up" you skill levels ;-)

taichitof
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Re: Broken Power Button on Crazyflie

Post by taichitof » Sun Jul 12, 2015 11:16 am

Hi,

i have more or less the same problem :(
But i onw a crazyflie 2.0.
How can i bridge it please?
Thank you for your support.

chad
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Re: Broken Power Button on Crazyflie

Post by chad » Fri Aug 07, 2015 2:35 am

taichitof wrote:Hi,

i have more or less the same problem :(
But i onw a crazyflie 2.0.
How can i bridge it please?
Thank you for your support.
When you wrote "more or less the same problem" did you mean that your button broke off or you're having a power on/off problem...?

If it's a broken off button, I did a little post here about fixing the Crazyflie Nano (1.0) button (sorry I missed this thread OP) and since the Crazyflie 2.0 has the same button mounted in similar fashion, all of it should still apply.
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