When I connected my motor with the adapter provided (as instructed) using male to male wires, the motor did not work.
give the connections as per the documentation.
Can you share a pic of the connections that you have made? Make sure connections can be clearly seen in the pic.
There is some faint sound coming from the adapter
Please share the specifications of the adapter you are using
RGB AC adapter
input - 110-220v 50/60Hz
output - 12v DC
This adapter was provided to me in the robotics training kit
It is possible that your motor is faulty.
Please take a video while trying to power the motor with your adapter.
Upload the video to google drive (drive.google.com), and create a sharing link for the video.
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This is the link to the video asked
Hi @riddhivarshney12 please do the connections as per circuit diagram make sure u have connected the wires properly in the breadboard
Either your adapter or the motors are faulty.
Please write to email@example.com and ask them to replace your units. If your unit is under warrenty (if you had purchased it wihtin the last 1 year), then they will replace the units.
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even i am getting the same problem but here one of my motor is working but the other one isnt working
so what should i do to resolve my problem ?