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    JR 8511 servo BIG problem

    I have twin JR 8511 servo's on my elevator with JR rd922 receiver while in flight the port side servo that is plugged into elevator started to cycle full travel up & down.
    I landed turned the engine off transmitter off but the servo didn't stop .
    I have no idea what is wrong.

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    RE: JR 8511 servo BIG problem

    I have had a similar problem with brand new JR 8511 servos. I had just set them up in my new airplane, they worked fine initially. After some time I noticed they would not just center and keep oscillating up and and down like 5 - 10 deg each side. I sent them back and were sent new servos.

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    RE: JR 8511 servo BIG problem


    ORIGINAL: Toucan9

    I have had a similar problem with brand new JR 8511 servos. I had just set them up in my new airplane, they worked fine initially. After some time I noticed they would not just center and keep oscillating up and and down like 5 - 10 deg each side. I sent them back and were sent new servos.

    JR DS8511 servos in THIS country?????? Something amiss here.
    The ground reached up and smote my airplane


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