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  1. Hi all, I was hoping someone could tell me some things to check on my old super Blackfoot. Basically, when I first connected the battery from my new LB and turned the SBF on it accelerated full throttle, got very hot and I had to turn it off at the battery switch. At that point I hadn’t touched the receiver at all. Since then I have tried again after taking the top cover off, and disconnecting the motor. Now there’s nothing at all. Reconnected the motor and still nothing. I was hoping that a bit of grease on the old servo might solve it as it could have seized etc. But nothing. I have a silver can motor spare from the LB, is it possible to just replace the servo etc for more modern equivalents - whilst retaining the remainder of the car? Thanks, Carl
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