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Falchion

Me and a friend were discussing this at school, and he told me that the servo might have died. Should I just use 4?
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JimboZA

You need to answer that question yourself by looking at the maker's spec sheet and providing whatever voltage it says there.

Do you have a multi-meter?
Roy from ITCrowd: Have you tried turning it off an on again?
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Falchion

No. I can't get one either, because my mom doesn't want to buy anymore things for my science project.
Robots are cool.

JimboZA

That's a shame... suggest to her that every home should have one anyway, and it'll be a home item not a science item.  8)

Btw, your Fritzing diagram the other day showed you had the power hooked up with + and - reversed... I hope that was a mere Fritzing error not a real error? I've never hooked a servo up with the polarity reversed, but I suspect it's bad for it.
Roy from ITCrowd: Have you tried turning it off an on again?
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Falchion

Robots are cool.

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