Hi I am trying to do a DIY with a servo and I was wondering... If I have a power source (e.g. 4V with 50 mAmps) connected to a 4V servo with a running current requirement of 200 mAmps...where will the current from the power source go? Will it just heat the motor of the servo? Or if there was a capacitor will the capacitor collect the current and then periodically discharge it to the motor? I have been taught that voltage is akin to the 'height' of the electron and current is the amount of electrons that are flowing. So if the voltage is correct will the electrons compile in the capacitor like a dam until it 'bursts' or discharge? thank you for any help!