Originally Posted by hone1er
Also, one of my servos on my 51'' slick had become more difficult to move than originally and i think that has caused issues in flight that i was having. I'm already going to send it to hitec to get serviced but what does it mean when the servo starts to become difficult to move? Is it burning out but just hasn't fully got to the point to die yet?
The servo motor is going to freeze up, burn up the amplifier chip in the servo and over amp your Rcvr and ESC, cause them to reboot in flight, if it doesn't roll it uncontrollably into the turf before that.
Time to get that out of there. At least you got the chance to see effects and the lockup coming on. I think most of us find out In Air, which doesn't turn out too well usually...