I hope I haven't posted this question before, I can't remember if I did. I did a search and couldn't find anything so hear it goes.
I have a handful of gearbox assemblies I bought from Servocity a long time ago. I've come to a resolution to just have them assembled in the factory from now on, but I'm still confused on how to assemble the servo gearboxes I bought a while back.
All the assembly guide told me to do was to solder the green wire to the left tab of the potentiometer and the yellow wire to the center tab, and the red wire to the right tab. I understand that these wires are inside the servo case, but the instructions weren't clear on how to get them out. I suppose I use a drill or a dremel to make a hole in the servo case, but the assembly guide never mentioned a drill or a dremel anywhere. I'm also afraid of drilling a hole through the electronics. Last time I tried opening a servo as well, the gear train spilled out.
In any case, has anyone done this before themselves? I'd really appreciate the help, along with the ability to see the process more visually, if possible.