My Mavic Pro had started to drift to the left very slightly which although annoying was no big deal but at our recent Drone meet it seemed to get worse.
The very last flight I tried to follow two cars out to the gate, it just pulled quite hard left so I abandoned the flight and on landing I found the left front motor was quite hot.
I’ve had time to look at the motor I suspected and found a grass stem under it, I removed it and flew the Mavic but alas the problem is still there.
I took delivery of a IR thermometer to enable a comparison of all 4 motors temperatures, 3 motors averaged 26C while the suspect motor hit 40.1C with a peak of 59C at one point. It goes without saying that the Mavic is now grounded for safety reasons, I’ve ordered a new motor rather than a new arm and motor which should arrive next week.
I’ll update this thread on my venture to replace the motor.