|Post 7 made on Saturday June 26, 2004 at 21:32|
This message was edited by nedbal on 06/26/04 21:40.
for most this is the way to go. a 1/8 watt resistor with sapagetti over the leads is much easier to deal with than a chip .
even then this is only for those with good soldering skills
>>>>You could alternately solder a second resistor across this one, leaving R24 in place. If you do this, use a 910K resistor and solder it across R24. You can even use a leaded component, if that's more readily available.
bought one exchanged it due to high battery drain and high backlight noise
RS showed a another store close with 2 in stock, one package was opened , so I passed on that one, now I have 2 , I need to mod one of the receivers due to noise