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Old 01-28-2004, 03:03 AM   #16
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Default Re: What to do with servo wires?>

Burn 'em, chew 'em and maybe slice 'em. Stick in the frayed wires straight into the reciever... that should work, right?


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The best thing to do is unscrew the bottom cover of the servo, de-solder the leads, cut them to length and re-solder them back in place. No mess, no fuss.
... ^that's the best thing to do with them pesky wires.
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