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I don't think you connected the grounds, Dave.
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To be honest. I do not think that banning a member for making a false remark is really correct.
Afterall, mistakes do happen.

Of course it is up to the moderators in the end.

That said, microcontrollers generally will not work properly at 6.24v and can even be damaged in some cases. IIRC the absolute maximum rating for Atmel chips is 6.0v but don't quote me on it.
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To be honest. I do not think that banning a member for making a false remark is really correct.

It is the latest in a very long line of false remarks, and generally unhelpful posts.
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Hey guys, I did not mean for my question to get anyone banned .
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@kculm,
It had nothing to do with you.
Go into Members and view dhenry's posts, you'll see what brought it on.
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I really like the look of Practical Electronics for Inventors, up-to-date 3rd edition (2013) already in the shops.
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It's not the question, it's the answer that did that... and seemingly a long line of answers, at that.
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