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Troubleshooting the Klee
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 11:22 pm    Post subject: Troubleshooting the Klee Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Hi
Please do not take it personally or do not consider this as a claim.
I just want to point out that sometimes mistake can be also on board itself.
My story:
I bought 2 sets of Klee. First was workign like a charm without any bigger issues, just few connections were not on the right places. But it takes just few minutes to troubleshoot.
Than after more than half a year I decide to finish also second Klee, meantime I build a lot of other stuff, so I was pretty sure that I made it properly. But when I switched it on it has really strange behaviour.
OK first of majority of LEDs were connected other way round, but that was quick fix.
Second there was no electro cap on digital board - I dont know where it dissapier cyclops
And last one was D2 on digital board connected in opposite direction.
After all this I expect to run it smoothly, BUT...
There was something strange with sequence running, I cant describe it so well (I am not native engl-man), but when I load pattern it runs until it reaches the end and then it runs like it was reset to just first step in A and B running parallel.
It tooks me few hours to find reason. You can see in attached picture.
After scratching the insulation layer I made connection out of one thin wire and it is OK. Happy owner of two KLEEs.
I need to say that I am lucky that this board was not the first one. I will be completelly lost. Mainly because Klee was my very first DIY project


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