I bought my first RC plane yesterday, a small Nine Eagles Yak-54 thingy. The first "test flight" worked fine, as it was just to see if it worked. It might have hit the wall, but that's ok. And really, to be expected. But when I went outside to try it for real today, I dropped the controller by accident. Since then I haven't been able to get any sign of life from the plane. The controller itself failed at first as the batteries were loose, but I fixed that with a screwdriver. It might of course be so simple as the plane's battery is dead, but in case it's not, anyone got a tip what to do? Edit: No worries, it was just a dead battery. I do have a few other problems, though. The wheels are missing, the propeller is probably stuck in a tree, the battery is loose, the top-part of the tail broke and the spare propeller is loose. In fact the whole engine is hanging loose. I solved most of it with ducktape, though. But I could use a plane that's easy to control, can fly outdoor and can handle a crash or ten. Anyone got a tip? Or a helicopter. That works too.