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Mak­ing re­pairs to a dam­aged airplane is less ex­pen­sive than buy­ing re­place­ment parts, and it also gives you valu­able work­bench ex­pe­ri­ence. You’ll learn what’s un­der the cov­er­ing, and you’ll also dis­cover that mak­ing re­pairs isn’t all that dif­fi­cult. As I men­tioned ear­lier, be sure to go over the en­tire air­frame of the model and check for any dam­age or loose hard­ware you might have missed be­fore. It’s also a good idea to do a com­plete ra­dio-sys­tem check and a test run of your en­gine be­fore your next flight.

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