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Flying tips
Instruction Manual
Playing environment and weather condition
a) Outdoors: on a sunny day with calm air or slight breeze. Never fly the plane on a windy day.
b) It is recommended to fly the plane over a soft surface, e.g. grass field.
c) Do not fly the plane when it is raining, snowing or near high power cables.
Take off
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts.
Not for Children under 3 years.
Take off from ground
- To take off on ground, set the plane on a smooth surface
(minimum 6m in length). Direct the plane to the wind
direction and push the throttle stick to full speed. The
plane will take off after 3-5m running on the ground. Once
it reaches the desired attitude, pull the throttle to middle
position and control the direction (left or right) through the
direction stick.
“This product is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other
relevant provisions
of Directive
For Ages 8+
Ab 8 Jahre
Pour 8 ans et plus
Voor leeftijd 8+
Para 8+ años
Dai 8 anni in su
Take off by throwing
Safety precautions:
Do not touch the running propeller!
Do not play above someone's head!
Adult supervision is required!
Warning: Conversion or modifications to this product not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the product.
- The transmitter-charger is tailor-made for charging the LiPo battery in the aeroplane. Do not use it to charge any other batteries.
Battery disposal
FCC Statements
a) The correct take off method: throw the plane out
b) If the plane was threw out with its nose point upward, it may fly
erratically and fall off suddenly. In such case, land the plane and
restart the takeoff.
Tips: Always pointing your plane with the nose facing to the wind.
Replacement of propeller
Replacement of rudder
1.Remove the rubber band and the propeller (fig. 1)
2.Insert a new propeller and then use the rubber band to
secure it. (fig. 2)
1. Gently remove the damaged rudder.
2. Insert a new rudder while paying attention to its orientation.
Propeller should be replaced by adult. Motor
shafts may contain sharp points!
Propeller does not move
- Power switch is at “OFF” position.
- Weak battery power.
- Band selection on transmitter is incorrect.
- Set the power switch to “ON”.
- Recharge/ replace the batteries
- Select the correct band.
The power indicator on transmitter
is blinking.
- Weak transmitter battery power
- Replace the transmitter batteries with new ones.
Failed to take off or sudden drop
during flight.
- Plane does not run toward the wind direction.
- Weak battery power.
- Direct the plane towards the wind direction before take off.
- Recharge the plane battery.
The plane is out of control
- Other radio control device occupies the same frequency near
your area of operation.
- Out of the control range.
- High frequency interference emitted from high-voltage lines,
transformers and other buildings.
- Move to another location to operate the plane.
- Ensure the antenna is fully extended. The transmission range is up to 50
meters in open space.
- Avoid operating the plane in the presence of high-voltage cables or
When this appliance is out of use, please remove all
batteries and dispose of them separately. Bring
electrical appliances to the local collecting points for
waste electrical and electronic equipment. Other
components can be disposed of in domestic refuse.
Care and Maintenance:
- Always remove batteries from the toy when it is not being used for a long
period of time. (Transmitter only)
- Wipe the toy gently with a clean cloth.
- Keep the toy away from direct heat.
- Do not submerge the toy into water that can damage the electronic
- The toy may malfunction under electrostatic discharge interference. If the
toy does not respond, reset it.
- Use new alkaline batteries in this toy to obtain best performance.
- This toy must only be used with the recommended charger.
Battery requirement for Transmitter:
: DC 3.7 V ; 2 W
: 1 x 3.7 V LiPo Rechargeable Battery Pack (included)
: 70 mAh
Power Supply :
: DC 9 V ; 3.6 W
: 6 x 1.5 V "AA"/LR6/AM3 (not included)
Silverlit SAS, Espace Green Parc, Route de Villepecle, 91280 Saint Pierre du Perray / France.
©2011 Silverlit. All rights reserved.
Battery Installation & Charging
Delivery contents
Transmitter batteries installation:
Plane battery charging:
Make sure the power switch is on "OFF" position.
1. Loosen the screw on the battery compartment by turning a
screw driver anticlockwise.
2. Insert 6 AA batteries with correct polarity, as shown inside
battery compartment.
3. Tighten the screw to close the battery compartment.
Spare rudder
Power Supply
Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE)
Special notes to adults:
- Parents: Please read the operating instructions carefully with your
children prior to the first use.
- Only operate the toy indoor under adult supervision.
- Assembly should be performed under adult supervision (changing
batteries/ spare parts, trimming etc.).
- Parental guidance is recommended when installing or replacing batteries.
This toy is equipped with a LiPo rechargeable battery, please pay attention to the
following cautions for safety use:
- Do not dispose the battery in fire or heat.
- Do not use or leave the battery near a heat source such as fire or heater.
- Do not strike or throw the battery against hard surface.
- Do not immerse the battery in water, and keep the battery in a cool dry environment.
- When recharging, only use the battery charger specifically for that purpose.
- Do not over-discharge the battery.
- Do not connect the battery to an electrical outlet.
- Do not directly solder the battery and pierce the battery with a nail or other sharp object.
- Do not transport or store the battery together with metal objects such as necklaces,
hairpins etc.
- Do not disassemble or alter the battery.
- Charge the battery every 6 months.
Battery requirement for the Aeroplane:
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Battery warnings:
- Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
- Rechargeable batteries are to be removed before being charged. (Transmitter only)
- Rechargeable batteries are only to be charged under adult supervision.
- Different types of batteries or new and used batteries are not to be mixed. (Transmitter only)
- Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended are to be used.
- Batteries are to be inserted with correct polarity.
- Exhausted batteries are to be removed from the toy. (Transmitter only)
- The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.
- Do not mix old and new batteries. (Transmitter only)
- Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries.
(Transmitter only)
fig. 2
fig. 1
The crossed-out dustbin symbol indicates that
batteries, rechargeable batteries, button cells,
battery packs, etc. must not be put in the household
waste. Batteries are harmful to health and the
environment. Please help to protect the
environment from health risks. Tell your children to
dispose of batteries properly by taking them to the
local collecting points. This way batteries are
recycled safely.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2)This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Spare propeller set
Instructions manual
Part Identification
1. Switch off the plane and the transmitter. Draw out the charging plug
from the transmitter and connect it to the charging socket on the
2. Switch on the transmitter. The charging process will begin
automatically and the green charging indicator will light up.
3. Unplug the charging plug after the charging indicator turns off,
charging is completed.
It takes about 30 minutes of charging time for every 5 minutes flight.
Charging time depends on the battery status.
Flying instructions
1. Screw the antenna into the transmitter.
2. Set the band on the transmitter the same as the plane's through the band selector.
3. Switch the plane on. Make sure the transmitter is off.
4. Switch on the transmitter; make sure the throttle stick is at the minimum position.
5. Set the trim dial to the central position.
6. Set the plane toward the wind direction and throw it out horizontally. Immediately afterwards, push the throttle stick up to the full speed.
Front wheel
Power Switch
7. If the plane turns left involuntarily, turn the trim dial to the right until the helicopter flies straight. Likewise, if the plane turns right involuntarily, turn
the trim dial to the left.
Plane turns right
Turn the trim dial
Plane turns left
Turn the trim
dial clockwise
Charging socket
Screw the antenna
into the transmitter
Band selector
Charging indicator
Throttle stick
Battery compartment cover
Power switch
Power indicator
8. Push the direction stick toward left to turn the plane anticlockwise, and push the direction stick toward right to turn it clockwise.
9. Push the throttle stick up to increase the flying speed and push the throttle stick down to decrease the speed.
Throttle control
Direction control
Take off or ascending
Direction stick
Landing or descending
Yaw trim dial
Lift up the cover and take
out the charging plug
Maintaining height
Turn left
Maintaining height
Turn right
10. Direct the plane to face the wind direction.
11. if the plane has been spoiled a little, you can fix it with adhesive tape.
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