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Old 03-20-2006, 03:00 PM   #1
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Default ko PS-2173 servo problems

I just bought 3 x ko ps-2173 servoís.
A friend of mine also bought 3 pieces of it in another shop.

We both encounter this same problem:
When we steer, the throttle servo also moves very very slightly. Nevertheless itís completely unusable for on-road racing(imagine carb leading
it's own life).

I use it in combination with a Sanwa Super Exzes transmitter.
My friend uses a futaba 3VC transmitter.

Car receiver batteries are GP950mAh AAA.

Servo's are not even built in, so it has nothing to do with carbon, placing etc.

I did not have this problem with my old PS-2001 Fet servoís of with my other futaba servo's.

What can it be?
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