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Can't get my Orange Pi to come on...using an Aukey 5V-2A charger with the usb to barrel cord. Not sure if I'm doing something wrong...this is the first Orange Pi I have used, but I have basically every Raspberry Pi made except the original A model. Have only had trouble with the USB ports on one of the Raspberry Pi's. I know the instructable said to use a 2A-3A power supply, but thought this 2A supply would work fine. I checked the voltake at the barrel tip and it was fine. Any help will be appreciated.
Actually after looking at your video more closely, it looks like your bike does not have the slot or the slot is behind the axle. I was referring to 1:10 of the video. I will add a picture of what I was looking for. Sorry if your bike is not built in this fashion...so many different styles now...and sorry for being so late, I work really long hours and left shortly after posting. Again, great Instructable! This is a picture I grabbed from Google Images...
Really nice Instructable...but, in the video where you put the lock washer on the first side of the wheel, you are doing that incorrectly. The 'tongue' part of the lock washer must be placed inside the solid hole in the side of the bicycle, not where you slide the bicycle tire into. Doing it the way you showed makes it possible for the tire to come off the bike. Of course with the added safety of the torque arm that you added, it would be highly unlikely that it would come off. Just mentioning in case someone doesn't have the added safety features you have...
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