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    Little red plug/wire

    I got a brush-less E-Revo for X-mas to match my brush-less MERV. It has the MXL-6 esc. What is the small red plug for that is just sitting next to the ESC and not attached to anything for? I searched the forums and on-line and was not able to find anything out.

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    it might be the fan

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    It is for the voltage telemetry
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    It is supposed to be used for a fan that is sold seperately.

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    That is what I was thinking (voltage lead for telemetry). The ESC already has a fan which is plugged into the RX. Thank you all for the replies.

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    How does it work for anything without a ground?
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    You are right, I had not noticed it appears to only have one red wire going into the plug, (at least from the picture). I am at work, I will have to check when I get home.

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    It comes from the red battery wire. Voltage reading for the telemetry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinbar View Post
    You are right, I had not noticed it appears to only have one red wire going into the plug, (at least from the picture). I am at work, I will have to check when I get home.
    I have one. It is only a single red wire.
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