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alright so i had a flashlight that was charged manually i had an idea of making an clock out of it.
so here is what you will need: a manually charged flashlight soldering iron solder switch (preferably but not required) electric wire screwdriver general purpose tools clock mechanism
first take apart the flashlight and remove the case leaving only the necessary parts. I found that there were four main parts oone the leds two the switch ...
the switch i came with worked but was permanently on the body so i desoldered it and put a new switch i had on it it was a ...
so at this point its still a flashlight and isn't powering a clock unless you already made a solar clock so its time to remove the leds it ...
i found an old pocketwatch that still worked and all i had to do was remove the case and take the mechanism i did reuse the plastic face ...
what i did was use an old piece of cardboard that was gonna be thrown away and used it as the base punch a hole in the center ...
i spent like an hour just picking random stuff to be the numbers you can do whatever you want
i soldered the ends onto the pickups and it started working right away i tested with an led earlier in the week and estimating you will need to ...
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