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Old 10-09-2003, 03:36 PM   #1
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Arrow Make Your Servo Work Like New!

I've realised that servos can be repaired and made to work better than new! I'm gonna start doing servo repairs, configurations & re-tuning. So if your servo just doesn't have the torque like it use to, is louder than normal, or just doesn't seem right. Let me know and I'll work on it for you. All you have to pay for is the parts and shipping (No charge for the Labor involved). I'm also accepting donations of broken servos, servos with missing parts and servos that you just dont want anymore. I'll be using them to help others on the price of the servo parts. Please contact me at [email protected] with your questions, or for shipping info.

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