First post on this forum! Hello everyone I'm working on a project involving an LCD and I've created the first rendition of the wiring schematic it for it on a PCB. This included the potentiometer required for the adjustment of the brightness.
Basically I'm not good at soldering so I attempted my best idea of how to wire everything up. The yellows wires are the positive "rail" and the red wires are the negative. As far as I'm aware, everything is in it's correct position.
Now that it's fully together, I try to plug in the arduino and the power LED comes on, then fades out. Im assuming it's doing this because something is shorted.
This circuit worked on a breadboard which is why I'm confused as to why it isn't working now. As said before I'm not very good at soldering so my attempt at bridging is very Jimmy rigged, but the connections are there.
Looking for any advice I can get on this as I am stumped.