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I don't think you connected the grounds, Dave.
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Never had to use it myself, but have you looked at 'constrain'?
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Hey carl1864 looks like youre near success, did ya get it all together?
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I think that would effectively set limits if I put it in all the right places, but I'm trying to figure out if there is a better way to do it.

I think servo.h already has built in limits.
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You all sorted mate? This morning I sussed out how to get the IR remote receiveing. Can't help you with the servo's as I haven't got two to play with yet (need to rip that RC car apart! smiley-razz)

I got my sketch working with if commands, not sure if this is better than switchCase or not?
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