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Old 05-09-2019, 03:10 PM   #112 (permalink)
Chris1683
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The servos can always use a good cleaning after about 30 or so flights - more often if you are crashing in or around dirt / dust.


The "wet dog" shake is likely slop in the servo. If you can wiggle the white arm of the servo where the rod connects and move it up and down a lot, it needs to be retightened. I usually chip off the layer of CA glue on the top of the nut with a tweezer, screw it down with the included spindle tool and then place a dab of CA on top of the nut and let it dry. This will usually clear up the shakes.
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