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Tried the troubleshooting tips, I'm good on everything except I'm not getting 3.3 vdc on the power pins. What could it be? No lights on both the blue LED and the Bluetooth LED. Regulators are fine too. I tried to unplug and re-pug the chip too.
Thanks in advance.
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The fuse is fine.
The regulators are also working fine, I think.
Checking the voltages on the caps, the only thing I'm not getting is the 3.3 vdc, I'm only getting 1.5 vdc.
Could this be a regulator issue?
Do you have the blue and red LEDs working now?
Still no LEDs.
Replaced the regulator with the one from a working EZb just to troubleshoot, still doesn't work.
I put the same regulator back to the working EZb and it still works.
Not getting any voltage on pin 5 of the chip.
However your theory is not completely off base. Maybe if I solder a jumper from 5v to pin 5? Will that work?
Yeah I'm dead sure the fuse is fine. I have another working EZb, and I switched the fuses just to make sure I'm not getting a false reading. The fuse is fine.
Occam's Razor is my credo...my designs may seem intricate but my mechanics are always simple...
That's actually one of the first troubleshooting tricks I did...took the chip out and re-seated it. Same with the BT.
The only thing that boggles me is I never mishandled the board, it's always protected...it just stopped working. But like I said I usually figure stuff out I'll keep trying.
A schematic would really help.
Heres the Tutorial.
Send me an email and quote. email@example.com
Already tried that, and then some. but yeah I may contact them for parts.