I have tested my team’s robot for a few hours on tile at home, but when taken to the school for driver’s practice on an actual field, motors started to go out. Within a half-hour of practice on the field, two motors stopped working and they would only blink red. I did some research on the forum and came to the conclusion that the ports those motors were in had been blown out, so I switched the port and the motors worked fine again.
What I want to know is how can I prevent any more brain damage? I remember seeing something about using electrical tape on ports, but I don’t know exactly what that meant? Thanks.
In case it matters. Here are pictures of the motors that had the port problems(Dr4b and Claw).