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I might just super glue the pot then.. I was trying to find someway with out getting super gluee.... (I'm a little accident prone lol)
I have a 5V regulator
and where the servos are the output is 4.4 Vs
I am able to do this with one power supply correct?
QuoteI have a 5V regulator Is this seperate to the Arduino PSU? It's generally accepted that servos should not be driven from the same 5v as the Arduino. They draw too much power and can be noisy.Quoteand where the servos are the output is 4.4 VsThat's a large drop, especially if the servos aren't running.QuoteI am able to do this with one power supply correct?Not necessarily, the Arduino will need at least 7v but that's too high for the servos, I think you need to power them seperately.
[...] but I dont have a soldering iron so using it would be difficult
Just remember, that glue will wear off your fingers in just a couple of days and you'll be able to move them again!
either hold a beer or a girl, but not both