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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-25-2015, 12:51 PM Thread Starter
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Servo buddy

So I finally got a servo buddy. My question is if I go out and plug it in right now, will the flap stay closed or stay open? Gonna do a cat delete and full servo removal but if I just went out and plugged it in right now and did it nothing else what would happen. Merry Xmas yall!
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I dunno, nobody has tried this.

IMO......servo buddy recieves signals servo motor should be recieving/sending,leaving servo motor unpowered/controlled...........flap stays closed all the time?

Try and report back?

Merry XMas also!
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That's kinda what I was thinking but I read somewhere there's a spring back up that holds valve open is servo goes out but I'm not sure that either
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Search OTF for "flapper valve stuck"

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The flap is default open when there is nothing pulling it closed; I cut my pipe down and when I took out the servo motor and connections, that's how it sat. I think there's a little wound spring in the wart that hangs off the pipe that keeps it flat unless it is pulled shut.
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