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380/420 Interceptor 400 Tail Servo Problems

Discussion in 'Helicopters' started by PHIL1234, Jun 28, 2019.

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    hi i have problems with my tail servo it will not move at all, all the rest of the servos are moving like they should
    but the tail does not want to move any help would be appreciated as i have never seen this problem befor.
     
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    Try plugging the servo into another known good port on the receiver. If the servo moves, you may have a bad port or a fractured solder joint inside the receiver. If it doesn't move on the new port, then your servo is likely bad.
     
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    CHEERS TONY I WILL TRY IT
     
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    Also make sure your travel limits are set correctly. Another check would be to power the help up and apply pressure to the servo arm. See if vit resists or not. If it doesn't then check it with another channel.
     
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    Thanks mate I will try it thanks
     
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