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Asked December 22 2016

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Hello, I received my jd ez-robot yesterday, this morning I rode the robot according to the proposed tutorials. It is connected in EZ-Builder as requested and that's when I have problems. All the servos are connected but when I go into project-configure, I realize that not all servos are visible in the interface. I also find that when I set a servo on the software, it is another that moves.j also have the two servos of the left foot and the left ankle that are blocked. Moreover I did not want to insist but there is a smell of burnt somewhere, so I cut the current directly. I say that this is the first start and that I have scrupulously respected all the instructions. I am going to attach to this mail, a screen printing of the console of adjustment of the servos and a photo of the reaction of the robot when I connect it via the function connect of EZ-Builder. Needless to say I am already a bit surprised at the reaction of the robot and I hope nothing is burnt or damaged. Can you help me please JD.comment test the servos one behind the other to find out if they are all operational? How to unlock the two servos that look blocked without breaking them? I have a servo tester for modelist, maybe it can help me to center all the servos avnt to redo the assembly?

Can you help me please ?

A big thanks in advance
Olivier :(

*stress*
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December 22 2016
Hello,
Bad news, as I thought, there are two servos that are grilled, I tested all servos one behind the other with a servo tester. And unfortunately there are two servos that are grilled, that of the knees Left and a servo of the left arm. Here is well annoyed, how is it possible to grill these servo during the first start up? Time to go to the project tab then click on configure and hop? The question I ask myself now is that if I replace my two servos, I will not have the same problem? I have downloaded the good tutorial JD and therefore I assume that when I connect my JD on EZ-Builder, it will look for starting parameters in the project JD no? So the servos should not already be running out and therefore forced and grilling not? And what can you do for my two servos that are roasted? I also have the developer box offered by a friend, can I take the two 180 servos from this box to put them on the JD? I have to say that it could really help me to wait for new servos. Here, I will attach a picture of the two servos grilled and the photo of the servo tester I used. Note also on the level of the servos, I saw that none of the servos stays tuned to their neutral, can I put them all in neutral before reassembling the robot? And then go through configure to complete the neutrals perfectly?

Thank you so much for your help, meanwhile I will remount the robot according to the tutorial and wait for your solution.

A big thank you to you in advance
Oliver :(
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December 23 2016
Hi Patrick,

Ok , i have just one little question, when i have the screen for configure profile, all etiquettes of servo are not centred on the screen ,i join a printscreen, it's possible to align this labels on the screen ?

Thx you very much

Oliver :)
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December 23 2016
@skullofcob What is your screen resolution set at?
December 23 2016
hi Richard R

thanks for helping.i was thinking about the resolution too.
i think oliver still sleeping,he's not on skype.
December 23 2016
Hi all,

Good job, i'm on my laptop and it's 16/9 screen, i have change my resolution and now it's ok

definitivly, you are the bests ,thanks Patrick and Richard ;))

Tomorow i'll start to learn with my JD, i 'll send to you a résume of my new adventure ;)))

best regards

oliver ;)
December 23 2016
good work oliver.then you dont need skype session.