How to fix a servo with a burned out green circuit board? Answered
I have a Hitec HS -805BB servo that seems to have a burned out component on the green pcb circuit board (the component looks like a H- bridge of some sort). For this reason the servo won't work. I tested the potentiometer, gears, and DC motor inside this servo and they work great. I was wondering if I could somehow get this servo working again since it was really expensive. Could I cut out the current burned out green circuit board and wire the other working components through an arduino? So pretty much use an arduino as a replacement circuit board for the servo. If this is possible how would I wire it and what would the code look like. Here are some links to instructables that I think could help with this problem but am not sure:
If there is any other way to get this servo working again please let me know as this servo is vital in my project and costs a fair amount. Thank you for your help in advanced.