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Tagging Servo Plugs
Author: Clay Ramskill

Tagging Servo Plugs
Radio manufacturers used to give you a sheet of little tags to identify your servo plugs, so you'd know where to plug them into the receiver. They don't any more.

Those were really handy - you just stuck them on the wire near the plug as you installed the servos. This is very handy after you have just changed out a receiver, or had to remove it to get to the fuel tank. Instead of guessing which plug is which, you KNOW which, because you've tagged them!

If you have a computer, or are buddies with someone who does, make up a few ordinary mailing labels with the computer's label maker. Put the text in similar to the illustration, and then you can cut off each of the tags with scissors. Apply by wrapping around the servo wires near the plugs.


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