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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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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
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
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
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