What Goes Up, Sometimes Crashes Down…

Come into one of our LifeLine Repair locations to fix your drone today!

LifeLine Repairs is a full-service repair shop for phones, electronics and computers, AND DRONES. You can schedule an appointment, mail in your device, or just walk right in to experience the fastest turnaround time of any drone repair shop in the area.

We all know that things happen when flying your drone. The wind picks up and pushes it into a tree. Prop not fully tighten and down she comes. You get more comfortable with flying and want to test our your acrobatic skills. Stories like this and more can result in broken gimbals, lost propellers, cracked outer shells. When (not if) this happens to you, call LifeLine Drone Repair and have your drone fixed right.

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  • Firmware Upgrade
  • Cable Replacement
  • Outer Shell Replacement
  • Camera Filter ND/UV Replacement
  • Gimbal Replacement
  • Propeller Replacement
  • Logic Board Replacement

Choosing to bring your damaged drone to a LifeLine Drone Repair specialists is definitely in your best interest. We pride ourselves on our ability to restore your damaged Phantom, Mavic, Spark or Inspire in a timely fashion and provide reasonable prices. Our top priorities are to ensure our customers with excellent customer service, impeccable product quality, and innovative thinking.

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Common Drones Serviced: (Call for Others)

  • Phantom 2/3/4 (Standard, Advanced, Pro)
  • Mavic
  • Spark
  • Inspire

Let LifeLine complete your drone repair process. We will handle the repair process from start to finish to ensure you are back flying right away. All of our repairs are backed by a 120-day warranty. If something goes wrong during the warranty period, just bring your device back to our location.

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Alternate Names for Drones:

  • Quadcopter: The most popular name for Small UAVs, which has 4 rotors positioned on a horizontal plane like a helicopter. Other names include Quadricopter, Quadrocopter
  • Multicopter: A generic name for a drone with multiple propellers. This covers quadcopters, octocopters, etc.
  • Hexicopter: A multi-rotor aircraft having six rotors in which the beauty and advantage of the hexicopter is that it can lose any single engine and still maintain control to land
  • Octocopters: Has eight blades

Drone Parts (To Help Describe Damage)

  • Body Set/Shell – Protective Covering surrounding the drone’s innards.
  • Controller – The device which directs the drone
  • CW and CCW – Often the motors and propellers of a drone need to be specific to the direction the motors are turning. CW stands for clockwise and CCW stands for counterclockwise. During assembly or if you need to replace a part, you need to be aware of the distinction.
  • ESC – Electronic Speed Controller
  • Gimbal – A gimbal is the mount on which a drone’s camera sits, usually allowing the camera to move along multiple axes by remote control. This offers a wider range of angles for the aerial photographer or videographer.
  • Landing Gear – Landing gear comes in various sizes (tall/short), and is the undercarriage of an aircraft, including the wheels or pontoons on which it rests while not in the air.
  • LiPo Battery – A Lithium Polymer Battery gives power to the drone. Specs will list the flying time (how long the battery will last) without additional equipment, such as a gimbal and camera. So when flying with these things, the battery life will be a little shorter.
  • Prop Guard – fits around the propellers to protect them if the drones bumps into something.
  • Throttle – A throttle is the control(s) on your radio transmitter, changing the speed of the motors.
  • Worm Servo – Connects the drone to the landing gear

Whether your drone serves a specific purpose or great hobby, we understand how frustrating it is when it stops doing what it needs to do – especially when it’s a problem that you can’t pinpoint. If you aren’t sure what is happening with your drone, you have the option to bring it into a LifeLine location near you or mail it in for a complimentary diagnosis.

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* Repair Service Not Available At All Locations