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Help! Turnigy D2836/8 1100KV not working

Arcfyre

Well-known member
#2
A stuttering motor is usually caused by a bad connection on one of the wires from the ESC to the motor. Check those connections carefully and make sure there is a good electrical connection.

Assuming your connections are good, your next step would be swapping out components to see where the issue is. It may be a bad motor or a bad ESC. Switch out each one in turn and see if it works.
 

Merv

Well-known member
#4
I agree with @Arcfyre, likely a bad connection. It could also be a bad ESC, 1 phase is bad. It could be an internal short in the motor. You could also disconnect the 3 wires, one at a time. If there is no change, the phase you just unhook is the problem. Give each of the connectors the tug test.
 
#6
A stuttering motor is usually caused by a bad connection on one of the wires from the ESC to the motor. Check those connections carefully and make sure there is a good electrical connection.

Assuming your connections are good, your next step would be swapping out components to see where the issue is. It may be a bad motor or a bad ESC. Switch out each one in turn and see if it works.
Ok i will give it a try