HS-645 Motor Blown?

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Old 02-26-2008, 03:09 AM
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I was using a HS 645 as my throttle/brake servo, with no issues for about a month. Then, this past Sunday, I turned on my electronics as usual (transmitter first, then receiver) and it started going crazy. I was using a freshly charged receiver pack, so I was a little concerned. Thinking maybe one of the gears were stripped or something of that nature, I took the case apart to examine them. All the gears were fine, so I hooked the servo back into the receiver and powered it back up. As soon as power was applied, the servo motor began trying to spin for it's life. No amount of input on the transmitter would make it respond differently. What would you suggest my next course of action be?
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What type of car was it in?
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Old 02-26-2008, 09:07 PM
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It was in an Ofna Mutilator Pro. I checked the linkages every time I ran it to make sure there was no binding that would put undue stress on the servo.
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