2500 back from repair - misbehaving

12 years 7 months ago #25042833 by bradmuir
2500 back from repair - misbehaving was created by bradmuir
I received a replacment 2500 for the blown one a few weeks back, and tonite I finished adding all my connectors onto the power and motor sides.

Upon power up, it recognizes the RC controls attached (U with a bar above it).

When I try to run the motors, they are intermittent. On one channel in one direction it will run continuous, the other intermittent in little bursts only.

The other channel is bursts in both directions.

When I sub in my other controller, it runs fine, eliminating the motors, batteries, RC receiver, etc....

Could this be the way it is configured from the factory, or??

Note that when as it pauses each time it looks like it is about to flash the " no ctrl" as it pauses, flashes n then o then moves, pauses, flashes n then o and keeps repeating.

Ideas?

Thanks,

Brad Muir

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12 years 7 months ago #25054439 by cosma
Replied by cosma on topic Re:2500 back from repair - misbehaving
Try disabling the short circuit protection. You can do this with Roborun.

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