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after everything that I've tried, I never got the motor to work. I literally worked on this for days for many many hours. In the end I finally took apart an old remote control car, unsoldered the motor, and am using that for the science fair. I guess that I will save that servo/brushless DC motor for another day.
THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR ALL OF YOUR HELP
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I don't think you connected the grounds, Dave.
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after everything that I've tried, I never got the motor to work.
Are sure about that?
Or did you not get the ESC to work?

It's really hard to tell.
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after everything that I've tried, I never got the motor to work. I literally worked on this for days for many many hours. In the end I finally took apart an old remote control car, unsoldered the motor, and am using that for the science fair. I guess that I will save that servo/brushless DC motor for another day.
THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR ALL OF YOUR HELP

As things usually go, just after the science fair the answer to issue will be discovered.
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