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I've been having some trouble with motors. I'm completely new to this and I've been playing about with all sorts of arduino sketches from here and their example ones, but all of the motors feel like they're burning rubber on the inside without actually moving the shaft. I've tried dcs, servos and steppers, so I assume it's something I'm doing, but I can't work it out. Has any got any ideas? Any and every is welcome at this stage!
I'm completely new to this, so maybe I'm making a really basic mistake, but all of the motors I've tried (DC, stepper, servo) with my UNOs vibrate like mad on the inside but don't rotate. I've tried the example sketches/circuits, and some from a couple of starter's guide books and nothing happens. Don't suppose you've got any suggestions for the newbie, have you?
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