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Is the Mavic Pro designed to withstand load of being pressed down?
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Sycophant
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Hi all. I usually attach and remove batteries with 2 hands (holding the bottom of the fuselage in one hand and battery in other).
I guess there are some who attach the batteries when the drone is laid on the ground, and simply pressing the battery down til it clicks with the help of the ground.
I noticed someone doing this the other day and from the side saw the fuselage go down a little with the flex being in the front 2 legs.
In the long term do you think this will cause issues?


2019-12-25
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DJI Paladin
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Hi. Thank you for reaching out to DJI Forum. With regards to this inquiry. I hope you get the best information from our valued DJI co pilots on how do they do this process. In addition, it is best to install the battery by two hands, one hand holding the drone and other is installing the battery. Putting pressure while the landing gear is out may cause damage to the frame or the arms of the drone. If you have further concern or inquiry, please feel free to post it here at DJI Forum. We are here to help. Thank you.                                      
2019-12-27
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