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Dude, just loop the codes for right signal to off and left signal on :)
The power supply is enough for 3-4 hours and if u buy a rechargeable lithium battery, you can recharged it . There is no more power supply require.
Yup, indeed :)
Thank you for replying my message. Guess what, after I message you. I have tried to resew my work and it runs fine. Previously, I had sew twice and it can't run. I found out the problem now is due to my wiring connection problem.Now is all settle. Thank you for taking your time to reply me and yea your husband still using the jacket? Really nice thou ☺
Is the full code can be run? I have tried and it cant run
Oh, this is the original code and it can't work. I duno why :(
Thanks. I did that too. Such nice person you are. Anyway did you try the full code? Can it run? I have tried the full code, but it doesn't run .Any idea?
same to me too.. I didn't know why. Even after I run the full code, I did not press the switch, the lights on LED blink itself. So do you managed to run the full code?
Dude, loop the left signals code ;) I tried it works ;)
Hi Dr Leah, I have tried to do it for my project, but when i run the full code , there are nothing coming out? If I run the signals code, only right signals are on. Is there any errors? I have recheck my sewing for many times .Any idea ?
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