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    You really need to get a small voltmeter to trace down where the fault is. Without one it is just guessing. They are very inexpensive.
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    I think the charger has plugs for that purpose. If not I'll get my hands on one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott t View Post
    Don't you have a ESC to throttle the motor? Maybe ESC is
    not working correctly.
    Actually if its not the plugs then yes its the esc maybe both.

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    You will need to test every connection with the meter, not just the charger.
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    So here's where I am now:
    1 Removed the power switch, which actually finally allowed the motor to respond, however on the downside this exposed a new issue, it only ran in one direction, there was no reverse.
    2 Also the plugs are too lose so gotta fix that...
    3 I'm not sure if I have the right ESC which seems to be an airplane ESC meaning there is no reverse. I'm not totally sure if I have the wrong ESC or IF I am just using it wrong.

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    Chad,

    Can you post the link to the ESC you purchased? If it is the same we were looking at earlier, it does not say if it has reverse function or not. Since the reviews by purchasers mostly talk about airplanes, and only one reviewer used it in a boat, I am guessing you may be correct and it is meant for an airplane which means the ESC will drive the motor in only one direction.

    Here is a link to a possible substitution:

    It has forward/Brake/Reverse

    https://hobbyking.com/en_us/20a-brus...rift-spec.html

    any small car brushed ESC should work just fine.
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    Anybody want to buy an ESC for airplanes? Here's what I have and I'll sell it for less.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Turnigy-...3D151533404471

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    Chad,

    How much room do you have for the ESC? I might have an old Subtech ST-10 I can send over to you.
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    Im planning on using a 2" piece of polycarb cylinder to house some watertight items like battery and esc. as of now the radio and servo are in one water tight unit with everything else going in to the cylinder but im wondering if i could leave the battery out in the elements. opinions / thoughts?

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    Can anyone tell me what this strange white connector is? Could I cut it off and replace it with one like the red one and still be good or is there some voltage factor I don't know about. I'm totally at a loss with electronics. Turns out I ordered this from Hobby King but they have 0 info on it on the website. I tried google but nothing.

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