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Resolved by DJ Sures!
I have finished assembling my jd robot, but still am not sure where the two shoulder
servos listed in instruction number one are to be located or if they are even
needed. All pictures of jd that I have seen do not seem to show them.
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There is a long thread mentioning these two ports. let me see if I can dig it up.
Start reading on page 9 of this thread
There will be a JD assembly video released soon - that will assist with the building instructions
In the meantime, when you connect the two shoulder servos, the wires come out of the body. Turn on the EZ-B when you connect the servos to see which servo moves - that way you know what is LEFT or RIGHT.
Remember, it's his LEFT and his RIGHT when you see references to those directions.
instruction number one and it did state that this box not only housed the battery
and microprocessor, etc. but also two INTERNAL SERVOS. Then this all made
Thanks also to D. Cochran for sending me a reply.
When you connect a servo to the ezb, it will move briefly. That is how you can tell what servo the shoulder is.
If you need me to make a quick video, let me know.
Video attached for my Poppy Robot mix and EZ - Controller.