Interesting. I took that piece of code out, but nothing changed.

I decided to do some experimentation on the board, and found when a pin is not connected to a slot, I will get 250-+ in that slot as a reading. Whenever I place the pin that leads to the thermister circuit in one of the analogs, I will get 165-+. Here's a data list I compiled:

```
value A0: 387 value A1: 351 value A2: 170 value A3: 212
value A0: 285 value A1: 284 value A2: 169 value A3: 214
value A0: 279 value A1: 278 value A2: 170 value A3: 214
value A0: 279 value A1: 278 value A2: 167 value A3: 212
value A0: 283 value A1: 283 value A2: 168 value A3: 214
value A0: 284 value A1: 284 value A2: 168 value A3: 213
value A0: 282 value A1: 280 value A2: 165 value A3: 213
value A0: 280 value A1: 280 value A2: 169 value A3: 212
value A0: 285 value A1: 284 value A2: 166 value A3: 214
value A0: 208 value A1: 244 value A2: 256 value A3: 163
value A0: 209 value A1: 219 value A2: 262 value A3: 168
value A0: 204 value A1: 227 value A2: 254 value A3: 166
value A0: 203 value A1: 230 value A2: 254 value A3: 165
value A0: 204 value A1: 228 value A2: 253 value A3: 165
value A0: 202 value A1: 227 value A2: 268 value A3: 167
value A0: 312 value A1: 165 value A2: 247 value A3: 257
value A0: 285 value A1: 169 value A2: 220 value A3: 242
value A0: 285 value A1: 166 value A2: 220 value A3: 241
value A0: 281 value A1: 169 value A2: 217 value A3: 237
value A0: 280 value A1: 165 value A2: 216 value A3: 237
value A0: 285 value A1: 164 value A2: 219 value A3: 241
value A0: 355 value A1: 342 value A2: 382 value A3: 336
value A0: 167 value A1: 206 value A2: 239 value A3: 251
value A0: 167 value A1: 207 value A2: 241 value A3: 256
value A0: 165 value A1: 209 value A2: 243 value A3: 258
value A0: 164 value A1: 206 value A2: 240 value A3: 252
value A0: 165 value A1: 205 value A2: 238 value A3: 251
value A0: 166 value A1: 205 value A2: 237 value A3: 251
```

Not sure what this means. Seems to happen on both of my boards, though on the other board, it reads 5~ higher. Is this thermister just wacky and I need a higher resistor? If so, what do you suggest? If not, what am I doing wrong?

Also, here's the code I'm using to test: (yes, a0 is using the pinmode, I was testing what effect it has.)

```
int analogInput=0;
int analogInput1=1;
int analogInput2=2;
int analogInput3=3;
//int led=13;
int value =0;
int value1 =0;
int value2 =0;
int value3 =0;
void setup() {
pinMode(analogInput, INPUT);
Serial.begin(9600);
}
void loop() {
// put your main code here, to run repeatedly:
value = analogRead(analogInput);
value1 = analogRead(analogInput1);
value2 = analogRead(analogInput2);
value3 = analogRead(analogInput3);
Serial.print("value A0: ");
Serial.print(value);
Serial.print(" value A1: ");
Serial.print(value1);
Serial.print(" value A2: ");
Serial.print(value2);
Serial.print(" value A3: ");
Serial.println(value3);
delay(3000);
}
```