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Issues with Mavic 2 Pro motors on start up
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UAVSoCal
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So it happens occassionally but when I turn the motors on start up, it will spool up to a higher RPM than the usual ~2000RPM. Not enough necessarily to make it fly away, but enough to want to hop a little on the ground. I have to usually force it down, restart the aircraft, and it works fine. All firmware is up to date and it has done this through a few different updates. Has anyone had this issue as well?
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A J
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Sounds like you have a fault with the ESC's. Have you changed the props recently?
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A J Posted at 11-9 09:16
Sounds like you have a fault with the ESC's. Have you changed the props recently?

Not since it started doing this. All of my props are DJI low noise props
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UAVSoCal Posted at 11-9 14:58
Not since it started doing this. All of my props are DJI low noise props

As in have you recently replaced the props with new DJI props?
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A J Posted at 11-9 15:20
As in have you recently replaced the props with new DJI props?

I can’t narrow it down that much. Yes this issue didn’t happen on the older props but it’s been about 6 months. I usually swap out props every 6 months as preventative maintenance.
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UAVSoCal Posted at 11-9 15:23
I can’t narrow it down that much. Yes this issue didn’t happen on the older props but it’s been about 6 months. I usually swap out props every 6 months as preventative maintenance.

Scrap that then, unfortunately. Now it sounds even more like a fault with the ESC's.
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A J Posted at 11-9 15:25
Scrap that then, unfortunately. Now it sounds even more like a fault with the ESC's.

Pardon my ignorance but what is an ESC , what does it do? Where is located? Can it be replaced or does it need to go back to DJI?
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UAVSoCal Posted at 11-9 18:35
Pardon my ignorance but what is an ESC , what does it do? Where is located? Can it be replaced or does it need to go back to DJI?

Electronic speed controllers - they control the movement/speed of the brushless motors. If it is that the drone will need to go back to DJI.
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A J Posted at 11-10 00:50
Electronic speed controllers - they control the movement/speed of the brushless motors. If it is that the drone will need to go back to DJI.

Got it thanks.
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You're welcome
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Hello there UAVSoCal. I am sorry to read and to know that you are having issues with your DJI Mavic 2 Pro. Since this unfortunate event happening on the said DJI drone I would recommend you to contact our DJI support team at https://www.dji.com/support?site=brandsite&from=nav for further assistance. We have a professional team that will do there best to check the said drone and will give out the best resolution for this issue.  Just a reminder that  DJI do not recommend doing a DIY in fixing the said DJI drone to avoid further damaging the said unit. Again I am sorry for the trouble and thank you for your understanding.
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DJI Stephen Posted at 11-17 20:57
Hello there UAVSoCal. I am sorry to read and to know that you are having issues with your DJI Mavic 2 Pro. Since this unfortunate event happening on the said DJI drone I would recommend you to contact our DJI support team at https://www.dji.com/support?site=brandsite&from=nav for further assistance. We have a professional team that will do there best to check the said drone and will give out the best resolution for this issue.  Just a reminder that  DJI do not recommend doing a DIY in fixing the said DJI drone to avoid further damaging the said unit. Again I am sorry for the trouble and thank you for your understanding.

Ok thank you
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Hi there UAVSoCal. You are very much welcome and thank you for the reply. If you have any other inquiries or concerns with DJI. Please feel free to post it here at DJI Forum. We are here to help and support you.
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