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Thank you for this nice instructable, mrstan. I only found your article after having repaired about twenty of these LED bulbs, bought in China. It is exactly how you describe the defective LEDs, the burnt spot.... I also found some SMD resistors that were burnt out. I replaced them with normal resistors of the same value. Thanks once again for your efforts!
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A very nice project indeed, thank you very much! I started making gcodes of the different parts. However, Cura wants to descale "Base" and "Rod Piston" from 1.0 to 0.92. This means that the rod will not fit the piston. I don't know the consequences for Base. What can I do now? It would be a pity if it won't work. Regards, HHarry14
Thanks very much, gzumwalt!! Rotating the parts 45 degrees did the trick!! I can now start printing the parts and I'll let you know the results after some time when the engine will be running!Thanks again, HHarry14
Hi gzumwalt, Thank you for your reply! I use Cura 15.04.6 and it works fine. When I load "Base" or "Rod Piston" the colour of the parts is dark grey and a gcode cannot be made. Descaling to 0.92 changes the colour into green/yellow after which I can make the gcode. I understand that these parts won't fit after descaling, but what can I do to solve this problem? Regards, HHarry14
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