This DJI Mini2 is a well-known DJI drone. This is because it achieves a balance between professionalism and personal interests. Besides, it shoots in 4K at 30 frames per second. It has an optimized gimbal and a 30-minute flying duration.
So you won’t need to register it unless you intend to use it commercially. However, like with any other technological item, the Mini 2 has flaws that we cannot overlook.
So, what are the primary issues with the DJI Min 2? Please continue reading to discover more about these DJI Mini 2 problems and how to resolve them. Hence, before you look for a commercial drone inspection, let’s know the issues.
DJI Mini 2 Won’t Turn On
When you tried to turn on your aerial surveying drone, and nothing occurred, here are several possible explanations. As a newbie, it’s simple to believe that a drone would turn on by pushing the power button once.
To turn on a Mini 2, press the power button once, press it again and hold it for at least 3 seconds. If everything else is in working order, your drone will turn on and be ready to use.
The Battery Has Not Charged
It’s common to leave your batteries for an extended time (more on this later). Or, it’s if you’ve just purchased your drone and want to test it right away.
All you need to do is charge your battery entirely if it’s the latter. The charging hub is the ideal method to charge the Mini 2. It’s included with the purchase of the Fly More Combo.
The Power Button on the DJI Mini 2 Is Not Functioning
It’s another reason your drone may not be powering up. In most situations, dust and dirt have lodged in the button. This prevents it from proceeding to the booting procedure.
You can clean the button by blowing some air at it or replace it if you are skilled at doing so. If not, locate a reputable DJI vendor or technician and mail the drone back to them for repair.
Conditions That Are Damp or Moist
When you flew in foggy or wet weather, you may have harmed and rendered your batteries worthless. Or, this is if you keep your batteries in moist places, Water, for example, might produce short circuits, leading the drone to collapse instantaneously.
On the other hand, water damage does not always appear instantly or dramatically. It also contributes to rusting. Furthermore, flying in fog, landing in rainy regions, or storing in moist areas hastens corrosion. And before you know it, the batteries have damaged beyond repair.
Temperatures Re Too Hot or Too Chilly
LiPo batteries have constructed chemicals that can catch fire if exposed to extremely high temperatures. To avoid this, keep the batteries in a fire-resistant bag.
Cold temperatures, on the other hand, harm how batteries work. It’s more on this in a minute. Always keep these batteries in a cold, dry area, preferably between 71.6 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit.