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Thank you Hector, that is exactly what I did. Soldeing was a little challenging due to tiny size of connectors but I managed. The modified servo works.
Oh boy, you took the long path!
I am happy to hear you managed to make it work
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Usually you need to swap the servo motor wires, to reverse the motor polarity, and the pot end to reverse the pot.
I could not do it in some servos because they were pcb mounted and I did not want to go cutting traces.

The transmitter mixer approach is the best idea. I personally like to standardize my servos to keep minimum spares, so would not like to start customizing them.
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Usually you need to swap the servo motor wires, to reverse the motor polarity, and the pot end to reverse the pot.
I could not do it in some servos because they were pcb mounted and I did not want to go cutting traces.

The transmitter mixer approach is the best idea. I personally like to standardize my servos to keep minimum spares, so would not like to start customizing them.

Thank you Ricardo. My servo was easier to switch wires. The motor connectors were exposed when I opened the servo and a decoder was attached with a screw. I could pull it out and have a good access to solder wires.
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