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Old 08-10-2005, 03:56 PM   #1
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I just got a used digital servo and it is making a high pitched squeaky sound. its is not glitching though.....
just wondering if this is normal for a KO propo digital servo?!?!!
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It normal. Digital servos are constantly checking and adjusting the output positon. Note that digital servos certainly use more current than analog servos and that they will cost you 5-10 sec of run time if you run Mod sedan or 1/12th scale.
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thanks for the response!
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