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READ THIS POST before continuing!!! I designed the programmer header for an older programmer version, so chances are you will need to convert it to the new 6 pin header. It is easier to wire, it just requires a bit more of thought. Just check the number of pins on your programmer cable to know if you need 6 pins or 10 pins.
so everything is soldered to its own little pad and is only connected by wires. So in this picture:nothing is acctuly connected, there just all soldered onto the board?ThanksJoe
ive found out from the cable its a 6 pin, what do i have to change?PLEASE REPLY SOON, IVE ALREADY STARTED AND NOW IM HOOKED WITH THE SOLDERING!ThanksJoe
that looks exactly like the ADMIN's soldering...image...good job...
hmm, how do you solder? do you apply solder onto the iron and bomb the component? or do you heat the lead then add solder? also for anyone who knows whats the value for the resistor for the led (near the power buses)? is it 1.62k? or 340ohm?