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My new Due came with a short across two leads on the CPU. Is it supposed to be there?

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Is it supposed to be there?
Well I have two and it is not on either so I would say no.
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Thanks. I put an X-acto knife to it and it came right off. Hopefully there aren't any other stray bits of solder on the board.
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I put an X-acto knife to it and it came right off
Yes they often do when they are like this, I have seen a few of that sort of things from factories. It tends to be stray contamination that occurs after the main oven, so they are not attached very firmley.

By rights they ( the Aduino team ) want to know this as it is a manufacturing fault and they will be tracking these. So I would send them a PM pointing to this thread and the photo.
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Those are Pins 23 and 24 (PA14 and PA15).
If you didn't configure them as Output, and changed them as oposite, your port will be just fine =]
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