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JimboZA

Fritzing will also be useful when you hand the project in. You can print them out and use them in your report, or on your presentation boards or ppt shows.

It's easy to use- there's a library of standard stuff including what you need: breadboard, servos, batteries, wire etc.

But if you're pushed for time, draw the circuit on paper and take a pic of that to post.
Roy from ITCrowd: Have you tried turning it off an on again?
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JimboZA

According to that I think you have the power to the servo back to front.... looks to me like red power to servo black and black power to servo red?

And you have the control on pin 13.... make sure that pin is one of the ones used in the sketch
Roy from ITCrowd: Have you tried turning it off an on again?
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Falchion

Well I'll be heading to bed now. Thanks for all the help, and I will start fixing my mistakes tomorrow.  XD
Robots are cool.

wildbill

When I flipped the power connections to a servo, it destroyed it. Bear that in mind once you have it correct and it still doesn't work.

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