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Old 03-12-2018, 04:38 PM
Peter Costick Peter Costick is online now
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When I had my pitch servo not being detected I removed the servo from it's location and plugged it directly into the Skyview display using a known good cable. This proved the fault was in the servo and not the wiring. Dynon replaced the servo and the problem was resolved.

My fault finding approach is unsophisticated, I prove each component in the chain one item at a time until the fault is isolated. Then I replace or fix the item that has been proven to contain the fault. Works for me every time.

Good luck 😊
Peter Costick
Melbourne Australia
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