Warranty Issues

Proper and thorough pre-flight inspections and post-flight inspections are required to detect possible problems early to remedy these before they become a serious problem or a threat to your safety.

This is worth repeating: Proper and thorough pre-flight inspections and post-flight inspections are required to detect possible problems early to remedy these before they become a serious problem or a threat to your safety.


Already mentioned, but this also deserves repeating:
Never fly with a damaged propellor or one that is out of balance

The forces within a spinning propeller are huge and a damaged propeller might disintegrate without warning, with potentially disastrous consequences. The fragments become high-velocity shrapnel and could do serious damage to property or injury to people.

An unbalanced propeller causes destructive vibrations which could cause serious damage to welds on your chassis and to other components.

Note: Propellers tend to become unbalanced over time for various reasons. It is the pilot's responsibility to ensure correct propeller balancing. Do NOT assume that a new propeller is perfectly balanced. Check you propeller's balancing often. If you notice excessive vibrations in flight, land at your first oppurtunity. Correct the problem before flying again. Seek professional help if you are unable to balance your propeller.