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Fix-it Night

This coming Thursday,  we'll be having another fix-it night. Bring your broken electronics and have fun troubleshooting and trying to fix them.

In the past, we've fixed video game consoles, DVD players, inverters, and power supplies.  We're at about for 5/6 on flat panel TVs as well.

If gently poking and prodding your electronics fails to yeild useful results, you're always welcome to smash the offending microchips into smithereens using Harald's Big Ass Hammer, to teach the other electronics a lesson.

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  • Dave

    Hoping to fix my FPV RX, I think it just has a loose connection because it was flaky for a while until it cut out altogether. Also hoping to be able to print out a component on the 3d printer

    July 17, 2013

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