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Old 08-08-2020, 09:24 AM
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What I wanted you to do was to loosen the collet so you could pull the shaft out, but leave the shaft in the boat. Next turn the prop by hand and and see if there was any resistance to it being turned. If there isn't, the problem has to be either with the speed controller, which is the part connected to the motor by the three wires that come out of the opposite end of the motor from the drive shaft. According to what I saw in pictures online, it should be wrapped in a rubber sleeve to the motor's left inside the boat.