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Old 09-19-2010, 10:54 PM   #3777 (permalink)
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Princeton, Ben will kill your controller and then dance on the ashes, I'm warning you.

Well, I think I need a new oscilloscope, or new oscilloscope leads. It just shows a dot on the screen when I try to see of the fully assembled AC controller's 6 pwms are working like they should. Makes me mad. Now, technically, it's my fault because I plugged the leads in the wrong holes in the power outlet over the summer at the school. It took them 2 months to reset the fuse in the class. hahaha. We had to go without a clock or pretty much anything for the whole summer, and it melted the ground lead on the oscilloscope probe. So maybe that's why it's not working. haha.
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