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dhenry

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This is, of course, only true when powered by Vin or the Barrel Jack.


DVDdoug's statement is always true, as it is the law of physics.

James C4S


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This is, of course, only true when powered by Vin or the Barrel Jack.

DVDdoug's statement is always true, as it is the law of physics.

Everything I said in my post is true as well.  The only not adding anything to this conversation is you.
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dhenry

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Everything I said in my post is true as well.


I beg to differ.

What DVDdoug said is unconditionally true. You conditioned it on how it is powered.

So it is not possible both of you can be true.

James C4S


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Everything I said in my post is true as well.

I beg to differ.
What DVDdoug said is unconditionally true. You conditioned it on how it is powered.
So it is not possible both of you can be true.

In the context of the original question, they are both true.

Again, you are the only one not contributing to this thread.
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dhenry

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In the context of the original question, they are both true.


Under no scenarios can be both be true. It is pure logic.

What you described is a subset of scenarios covered by DVDdoug's statement. But you made the mistake of stating:

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This is, of course, only true when...


The word "only" killed any chance of it being true, ever.

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