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Old 05-02-2013, 02:01 PM   #1
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Need to change the case on my 9650 servo how do I remove the motor from the case. Have found the pot is secured by clips and can release them but the motor is a problem.
Anyone done this and can tell me what to do?.
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Most servos are the same...if you take all the gears off the case you will see a clip or screws that hold the motor to the case.
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I think you'll find the motor has a smear of silicone holding it in. If you look from the gear side of the case, there should be some slots in the plastic where you can see the metal can of the motor. Use something through these slots to push the motor out. I didn't silicone mine back in and it seems to beholding up fine.
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