Hi All, I’m new here and to FPV drones in general, but would very much appreciate some advice
I recently purchased an Eachine Wizard X220 RTF, and the first few flights were awesome.
Unfortunately today I managed to clip a tree and the drone took a bit of a hit as it fell to the floor, when it hit the ground 1 of the ESCs smoked heavily then burst into flames
I have no experience at all yet with repairing or building drones, so I have a feeling I’m about to hit a sharp learning curve.
What I want to know is -
If I contact Eachine and manage to get a single replacement ESC sent out will I be able to solder it on, and what configuration will be needed if any? I’m hoping its plug and play, in that I solder the new one on and all will work as it did.
If I’m not able to get a single replacement, will I need to replace all 4 ESCs with new ones of a different make?
If so how easy is that to do and should I get on with just doing that now?
I know its a lot to ask, and I’m very grateful for any advice in advance, as I’m nervous now that it will take me forever to get it flying again.