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Very Strange Meteor Drop Target


By oldschoolbob

2 years ago



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#3 2 years ago

I'd check the diode on the "R" (diode-test on your multimeter).

#26 2 years ago

PIA issues can generate pretty random behavioural issues, and swapping them with known-good ICs (from another board, or new-stock) is always worth a try. They are always socketed, and it is unlikely you'll burn the good ones out in the swap. Good catch!

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