Powering up puzzle
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(2017-06-12, 23:03)kevinmcc Wrote: That should not happen if the switch is correctly connected.

The jumper should be removed from pins 5&6 and the switch will then connect them.

Note the pins with thicker red lines in lower left corner of the board layout.

http://www.blitzortung.org/Compendium/Ha..._3_brd.png

Thanks, Kevin, that worked like a charm!  I really appreciate this forum in filling in the blanks of documentation that somehow eludes me.  Another puzzle is on the layout of 19.3b which does not show the "Power" thru-holes where I connected the external switch discussed.
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Powering up puzzle - by MonkeeRench - 2017-06-12, 21:15
RE: Powering up puzzle - by kevinmcc - 2017-06-12, 23:03
RE: Powering up puzzle - by MonkeeRench - 2017-06-13, 15:51
RE: Powering up puzzle - by kevinmcc - 2017-06-14, 00:13
RE: Powering up puzzle - by MonkeeRench - 2017-06-14, 02:15
RE: Powering up puzzle - by kevinmcc - 2017-06-14, 05:03
RE: Powering up puzzle - by DelandeC - 2017-06-14, 08:42
RE: Powering up puzzle - by allsorts - 2017-06-14, 10:03
RE: Powering up puzzle - by kevinmcc - 2017-06-14, 23:12
RE: Powering up puzzle - by BobW - 2017-06-15, 04:11
RE: Powering up puzzle - by cutty - 2017-06-15, 05:38
RE: Powering up puzzle - by allsorts - 2017-06-15, 16:20
RE: Powering up puzzle - by kevinmcc - 2017-06-16, 22:57
RE: Powering up puzzle - by BobW - 2017-06-15, 12:05
RE: Powering up puzzle - by allsorts - 2017-06-15, 18:18
RE: Powering up puzzle - by Jon Point - 2017-06-16, 01:11
RE: Powering up puzzle - by allsorts - 2017-06-17, 22:39

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