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Jack Christensen

No doubt this is the start of a new trend. Plus, I'm sure the glasses will be more resistant to breaking in the future.
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JimboZA

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more resistant


BZZZZZZZZZZT.... cr@p pun  :smiley-yell:
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Jack Christensen


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more resistant


BZZZZZZZZZZT.... cr@p pun  :smiley-yell:


I know! Sorry, couldn't resist XD
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JimboZA

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Sorry, couldn't resist


As The Katzenjammer Kids used to say, "Gifs moider!"
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MAS3

Are you sure this will work as planned ?
Could be the camera (or me) but this doesn't seem to be a 68 Ohms resistor.
Maybe you should check the value before you put the load on it.
Have a look at "blink without delay".
Did you connect the grounds ?
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