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chocksaway Sadly the thermometers in these clocks and other like it aren't known for their accuracy. I had 7 of them running on my bench and all bar 2 had different temperatures and those 2 were wrong. The best way to check them is to place the back of your hand on the clock's case and if it feels cold the temperature will be low. The opposite if it feels hot. If you're sweating it should read higher. Sorry, couldn't resist.

2020-04-06 08:48:50 도움이되는 (0)
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chocksaway BangGood doesn't supply them ready built, but I'll give you the same offer as another buyer. If you live in Australia, send me 3 clocks, I will build two for yourself and post them to you. My payment will be the extra clock. I'm retired now, but when I was working I was earning $125 an hour, so I'm taking a big pay cut :-) By the way, I'm 71, a returned serviceman, disabled and own my own home, I will not do a runner with your clocks. It'll take at least $1,500,000 to get me to take off and then it'll be in my wheelchair. I will give you my home phone number and address for your peace of mind.

2020-04-06 08:42:22 도움이되는 (0)
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Q: Time is not as it should be . It jumps seconds and then suddenly skip others

로 질문하기 Tropeas 에 2018-04-10 10:46:18

chocksaway Definitely sounds like a bad solder joint.

2020-04-06 08:31:56 도움이되는 (0)
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Q: can i buy the clock ready made? i will pay extra (not too much tho)

로 질문하기 rauri51489 에 2018-11-07 10:22:33

chocksaway Wgere do you live? If you're an Aussie asl BangGood to send the kit to me and I'll send it on whan it's built. I can just about build them in my sleep. Everyone who visired home wanted one. I'm too soft to say no. If you wish to pay a little and for shipping it on, send me three. I'll build two and post them to you. Unfortunately shipping elsewhere in the world will be more than you pay for the clock.

2020-04-06 08:29:21 도움이되는 (0)
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chocksaway I think you problem could be the capacitor ot capacitors alobgside the Crystal, Changing the values can get the crystal to start oscillating. I've built more than a dozen of these, but that was about two years ago when they were mono colour. I'm afraid old age gas helped me forget what those caps were. If they're 10pf change them to 20pf (that's just an example, not the actual values) When you pinch the crystal you're actually changing the values via you skin. See you're a walking talking capacitor. Multi talented aren't you? :-)

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Q: I need a schema before soldering

로 질문하기 valckemarc01 에 2019-09-23 04:03:56

chocksaway Everything needed to build the clock is printed on the circuit board.

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Q: nice to know now i am to stupid to be able to make this with this manual.... ))-;

로 질문하기 chaosmaster 에 2020-03-05 09:38:52

chocksaway You're not stupid, the majority of the world's population wouldn't be able to build it either. I'm sure YouTube will have more than one video which will help you. Get searching. Good luck.

2020-04-06 08:06:51 도움이되는 (0)
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chocksaway I assure you the "CLOCK" does a lot more than just one thing. Yes there's programming involved and it's surprising just how much can be crammed into some of the IC's. Look at the various modes just the tiny LEDs have. I can't recall just how many there are buy quite a few. Then there's the alarms and text which can wish you merry Christmas or your family members Happy Birthday. Then there's the automatic switching between functions, time, temperature and so on. No it does more than just one job, perhaps you should buy one and see for yourself.

2020-04-06 07:52:21 도움이되는 (0)
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chocksaway Unfortunately BangGood likes to make money more than warning buyers they need a certain level of knowledge to build various kits they sell. SMD components are extremely hard to handle if you're new to soldering and you need to lnow a few little tricks to succeed in building kits involving them. A good eys, a steady hand are important, but the number one point is a good soldering iron. Avoid the TinLess solder. Use 60-40 solder and a littlre flux will help although I prefer to rely on the flux inside the solder. A good knowledge of components is paramount as the "instructions" tend to believe the buyer knows a little more than usual. All I can advise is seeking out a friend or maybe a ham radio operator. More than once I've been asked to help a newbie out, The only thing I won't do is try to troubleshoot something which looks as if it's been soldered with a blowtorch. Unfortunately it's impossible to troubleshoot something on linem otherwise I'd be happy to help. But do a little detective work on YouTube, there are hundreds of videos showing how to figure out what values components are and how they're orientated. If you ask politely and use please and thank you, there are many guys who will give a little help. Most people are willing to help someone who's obviously trying to learn. Good luck, I hope you buy one, but I will give one little tip, try something a little easier to start off with. The feeling of sarisfaction when you've

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