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Old 02-04-2005, 04:26 AM   #1
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HI my Mtroniks speed control ( digi sprint) doesnt have any brakes even when i reset it or program it . The ESC was working fine until i cut the comm and change the brushes (4499 in a monster stock) Im NOT a newbie to this i have been in the hobby for 3 years now. Is there any chance that you can fry the brake in the ESC or something around those lines?? on the ESC is shows FULL brake but its like neutral > i have a XS3 controlling it

Is there any chance that the motor can cause this???

help is much appreciated
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Old 02-04-2005, 04:53 AM   #2
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Make sure you don't have a sticky brush, if you haven't done anything silly to the ESC like polarity inversion there is no reason for the ESC to have any problem.

I'd say it's likely to be your motor's brushes not being fully pushed onto the comm.
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