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#11  
Check out my edit to the previous post - the tutorial is super useful and fun because we teach the robot do DAB!:D
#12  
I tried it all for some reason it doesn't work. Any other suggestions?
Thanks so much for all the help
Synthiam
#13  
What do you mean it doesn’t work? Select the servo position that’s the direction and angle you desire. Inverted just means the max position - the desired position. I recommend watching the tutorial from above in detail and understanding the math. It’s simple subtraction (180-30 or 180-inverted position)

150 degrees is the opposite of 30 degrees. 

130 degrees is the opposite of 50 degrees

177 degrees is the opposite of 3 degrees

and so on...
#14  
@Dj sures 

When ever I go to power the servos the whole EZ-B will just shut off.
That’s what I mean, it’s not working.
It’s not a problem of amps because I have the servos wired up directly to my power supply. 

I thought it was was shutting down because the servos were working against each other.
so do you think it’s a problem with the servos not moving together or could it be something else?

thanks
Synthiam
#15  
It is indeed power. Your power supply does not have enough amperage. Please follow the tutorials or use a proper power supply.