Well. No. Personally I’d not bother with DJI.
Chances are they won’t know what is wrong without you having to send it to them (in Netherlands) for assessment.
This is where personal experience wasn’t good … for me.
I’d had the MP from new, it had most definitely never crashed and it was only sent it back because there was a gimbal issue when using filters.
After “assessing” the problem(!), their response was that it had been crashed (strange that they couldn’t provide me with a date/time/location of this crash from the logs!), and quoted a massive amount to replace motors and arms, etc … that had absolutely nothing to do with fault I was experiencing and the reason it had been sent back to them.
When this fact was pointed out to them they just said they wouldn’t assess the gimbal issue until the other repairs had been done.
This I knew to be bullshit … since I already knew they don’t carry out any repairs in Europe. They replace with a refurbished item and send the original back to China for recycling to become a refurbished unit.
(Two years later there’s still nothing wrong with the arms/motors!)
I’d see if the problem persists before making a decision as to what to do with it.
For me, there’s been no repeat of the issue (as yet), and if it only happens very infrequently I’ll probably not bother.