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  1. First, you must acquire a micro servo, an Arduino  Uno (preferably) with a usb/Arduino cable, and three male to male jumper wires. If you want more of a background in electronics, see this tutorial If you want more of a background in electronics, see this tutorial
    • First, you must acquire a micro servo, an Arduino Uno (preferably) with a usb/Arduino cable, and three male to male jumper wires.

    • If you want more of a background in electronics, see this tutorial

  2. Connect the three jumper wires to the designated ports on the Arduino. The ports will vary based on the Arduino you use, if you don't have access to an Uno then just google to setup to your Arduino. The ports will vary based on the Arduino you use, if you don't have access to an Uno then just google to setup to your Arduino.
    • Connect the three jumper wires to the designated ports on the Arduino.

    • The ports will vary based on the Arduino you use, if you don't have access to an Uno then just google to setup to your Arduino.

  3. Before you can use the servo, have the Arduino IDE installed
  4. Use this link to get some source code for the part and start learning how to servo functions.
    • Use this link to get some source code for the part and start learning how to servo functions.

    • Link to Program

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