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Some Logo 10 kits are missing parts and/or including the wrong sized ball links. If your kit has this problem, you should contact the retailer who sold you the kit and explain your problem.
Many Logo 10 owners have reported the tail belt builds up static electricity in the tail boom. This can cause glitching and/or ESC failure. Extreme care must be taken with component placement.
The Logo 10 stock plastic swashplate has been known to separate in flight. This leads to loss of control and probably a crash. You may want to immediately upgrade to the aluminum swashplate to avoid this situation.
The Logo 10 tail wire guides are not very good. They are not adjustable and the pushrod tends to bind in them. I recommend replacing these guides with an adjustable set, such as the K&S 529 "Special Control Rod Guide Set".