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Servo Centering?

Old 04-03-2003, 12:55 AM
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I've got a Hitec 5625 Digital that perhaps isn't centering properly? I've got it set up on a rudder, through a pull pull. When I deflect the rudder fully, then let it come back to center, it doesn't go back to the center, it stays deflected in that direction by a few degrees. Could this be the fault of my servo, or my pull pull setup (like tension in the wires etc.)? Anyone have any insight?

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Old 04-03-2003, 01:07 AM
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Send it back to Hitec and have them replace it... there not suppose to do that, and the 56** have been known to do this. Just send it back and ask for a replacement
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Hi
Is it servo itself that centering isn't made?
Or, isn't only rudder returned?
I suggest sending it to Hitec if servo isn't made of centering precisely, too.
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