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Jd Mouth Led

well i finally got the guts to try to solder on the ezbv4
i solder a mouth led straight on the ezb.
use a bride led


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PRO
Belgium
#29  
thanks avery one

yes and its better to see.
am almost reddy whit another surprise.hehe
United Kingdom
#30  
@nomad.

The LED change looks so much better. Well done.;)
PRO
Belgium
#31  
steve G

glad you like it

thank you
Australia
#32  
That looks and sounds fantastic @nomad18.08 !
How did you form the oval shaped mouth in JD's head?
PRO
Belgium
#33  
hi tony

its actully round.
Australia
#34  
hi @nomad18.08 so you just drilled a hole?
Do you have a small resistor wired into the red line?
Australia
#36  
Thanks @nomad18.08 Would it be a 1K ohm resistor?
PRO
Belgium
#37  
hi tony.

i make a pic cause i dont have knowledge about these things.
Australia
#39  
Thanks @nomad18.08 ! Now I see how you got the neat black trim around the mouth:)
PRO
Belgium
#40  
it clicks together and the led stays in place.
the little ring has two sides.one side start the treath in the begin off the ring for ,
thinner plates.the other side start a little further for thiker plates.
i melt the hole whit a little iron screwdriver and then whit a little round vijl,
make it bigger.
Australia
#41  
@nomad18.08 you have come up with a simple and excellent solution!
Did you get that LED locally or off ebay? I can't find one like that anywhere
PRO
Belgium
#42  
hi tony

i by them from conrad.be or conrad.nl

make sure you test a led whit the resistor on if its bright enough.
Australia
#43  
Thanks @nomad18.08 I'll have a look!
Australia
#44  
Sorry to bother you again @nomad18.08
I have searched through the massive conrad store but cannot find the LED you have shown in your picture on the previous page
There are plenty of LEDs without the black socket (as per attached pic)
Is the socket a separate item?
Do you remember the name of it?

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PRO
Belgium
#45  
tony i will look it up see if i can find it back.
Australia
#47  
Many thanks for your help @nomad18.08 !
Yes, they are very cheap on ebay!
PRO
Belgium
#48  
i checked my oreders from that year.i see two leds.
one 200 mcd and one 4000mcd.
i cant remember whits one i used.
here a link all kinds off resistors.


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