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Join date : 2011-09-02
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Any luck on finding a solution?
I contacted Jon who is the new distributor for the Neptune/SeaWolf. He also thought the ESC could be overheating. With that thought, you might want to take the rear apart and check for any binding on the prop/shaft/bushing if it seems to be O.K. then open the cylinder and see how the motor turns. I have not oiled my motor, but it might be needed, but I am not sure.
I really want to get you back in the water.
Also, can you run your sub in the tub and get it to stop? If so, what are the LEDs looking like?
Do you have the manual on the sub? In that manual it has what the LED pattern indicates. If it indicates it is o.k. it eliminates a portion of the diagnosing.
If you can cut, drill, saw, hit things and swear a lot, you're well on the way to building a working model sub.