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Old 01-23-2007, 09:16 PM   #1
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Default KO Propo 3014 Servo Problem

well i picked this servo up today and got it put in my RC18MT..but for some reason now when i power it up it just makes a hard right and wont move from there...i tried reversing it and get nothing...i also tried the Steering Trim and all it does is move about 2mm when i rotate it the full way...

i am using a Mamba 25ESC and 5400 motor and the stock TX and RX....

do you need a special radio to use Digital Servos?

anyone know why it makes hard right upon power up?

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Old 01-24-2007, 07:29 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by duggyb

I had problems with the newer KO digital servos.
They require a ceratin amount of current that some ESC's don't provide.
I was using a QC2 and it wouldn't work.
Try it on another ESC and see if it works.
If it does, you just need to get more power to it.
Perhaps a Cap on the reciever.
If that doesn't work than your out of luck, your ESC won't work with the Servo.
Also, Maybe your Servo is bad?
I would definitely try another ESC to see if that is the problem. Perhaps a friends or another of your cars.
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