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    Default Photos of X Servo Motor (Error 293 X axle stall)

    I replaced a X drive servo motor today so I decided to tear the old one apart to see if I could locate the problem. It ended up being a shored coil so I thought I would post some pictures of the inside of the motor.





    Last edited by PCW; 06-22-2010 at 08:44 PM. Reason: Error 293 X axle stall

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    Nice photos, thanks.

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    Nice Photos, Thanks for posting them.....

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    Those are great. I wonder if it makes any sense to state a thread that just has pics of the various components as member make them. I think Al probably has the largest collection, but I'm imagining a drill down parts explosion thread. In additon people could pos tips and tricks for removing/replaceing the items. Then we would all have one location we could go to for reference photos.

    Doug Fletcher

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    Doug,

    I think you have a great idea in regards to the new thread. I'm going to edit my original post to state error 293 X axle stall.

    Quote Originally Posted by dbfletcher View Post
    Those are great. I wonder if it makes any sense to state a thread that just has pics of the various components as member make them. I think Al probably has the largest collection, but I'm imagining a drill down parts explosion thread. In additon people could pos tips and tricks for removing/replaceing the items. Then we would all have one location we could go to for reference photos.

    Doug Fletcher

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