First of all, Arduino is offering FREE replacement providing the new upgrade of the board completely free of charge. This new version of the board solves all the issues mentioned and it functions properly without LiPo battery as well.Authorized suppliers are managing the replacements on behalf of Arduino when the user purchased the board through a supplier. If the user bought the board directly from Arduino store, then Arduino manages the replacement. In all cases the boards will be replaced FREE OF CHARGE.
Hello nachoherreraIn Johno29 Pic Arduino is writing to replace R28. I can't find any R28 in the Schema. Replace with what R?Is there a way to find out which Boards are fixed? Serial Nr?Cheers
I can found it there. Have a look on ILIM of U5 (sheet 2 of the PDF). With a little googling you can also find the information, that the formular for the limiting current isI_lim = 530 / R28.So, you may want to replace it by 180 or maybe 150 Ohm