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Thanks, I've been working on a broken canopy myself. I may use this method for one of the pieces if I can't find a replacemnt.
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Great ideas. I'm adding that to my list of projects. I have several old computer power supplies.
Got it. Had to jumper half the board power rails to the other. Interesting.
So, my 9 year old put this together on a breadboard I bought for her super cheap on eBay. She put it together, we apply power, only one LED turns on. I swap out every component, same thing. Switch to another old breadboad I have and it works fine. Stick back on her breadboad, nothing. Ever heard of a faulty breadboard? I am able to get constant LED with resistor to work on her breadboard, but not this particular circuit. What ups with that? Other 2 breadboard, circuit works fine. Her's constant lit LED.
I got the right resistors and still no blinking. I swapped out my LEDs with some LEDs that came from the same package and it's blinking. Now I am going to get the kids to build it. Thanks.
I tried this but with 560 Ohms instead of the 470 ohms because I didn't have any 470 ohm capacitors. However, I got no blinking. I did get 2 constant led's (one was white and one was red). Should I expect blinking with 560 ohm capacitors?