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I got the red wire out successfully, and when I put it into 5V, it felt pretty loose. Is it supposed to feel that way?

I'm really not sure what you're saying here.
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wildbill


I got the red wire out successfully, and when I put it into 5V, it felt pretty loose. Is it supposed to feel that way?


Note that the arduino can sometimes, depending on the servo, just about manage to power one. For the multiple ones you're going to need, you'll need a separate power supply for the servos. DuaneB's tutorials mentioned above should help you with how to wire them up.

Falchion

Is this what its supposed to look like when you take the wire out?
Robots are cool.

wildbill

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Jan 07, 2013, 11:49 pm Last Edit: Jan 08, 2013, 12:00 am by wildbill Reason: 1
Why did you remove the wire from the socket? What do you intend to attach it to?

edit: typo

Falchion


Why did you remove the wire from the socket? What do you intent to attach it to?
The 5V port on the Arduino. Did I do something wrong?  :~
Robots are cool.

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