Faulty GOPiGo3

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Re: Faulty GOPiGo3

Post by Dave » Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:20 am

Could you check to see if the wheels are touching the acrylic, and if so adjust them slightly so it doesn't.

Could you also check that the black circle on the encoder side of the motors aren't touching the motor. You might need to carefully prise it away slightly. Not by much though.
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