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Old 08-08-2020, 03:50 PM   #1
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if my servo is fried and sending to much back to the esc or receiver, would it cause everything thing in the receiver to glitch out? i can unplug my steering and it all stops, but if i have my servo connected everything spazzes out, newbie to this issue and could use some help hahah!


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Yes a servo can do what you've described.

To verify its not the receiver you can plug the ESC into the steering channel and the servo into the throttle channel and test it again, then unplug the servo again. If the glitching follows the servo you'll know for sure its the culprit.
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Yes a servo can do what you've described.

To verify its not the receiver you can plug the ESC into the steering channel and the servo into the throttle channel and test it again, then unplug the servo again. If the glitching follows the servo you'll know for sure its the culprit.
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