mljenkins wrote:When I removed my wheel, I used a small flat head screwdriver to pry up on it. It took a bit of force but it came off. The screwdriver back was rested over the plastic housing lip around the wheel. I would suggest putting the tip of the screwdriver as close to the center of the wheel when you pry to avoid potential damage. I think the wheel is fairly durable so it should survive the prying.
That may work in some situations but when the Lidar motor is defective then it must be replaced in order to spin the Lidar unit.Rafaelrobyns wrote:The only thing that has worked for me to fix this problem is updating or reinstalling the software.
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