Nice piece of work Jesse! You'll go far. When I was 15, my first electronics project was building a Dynaco ST-80 Power Amplifier from a kit. I still remember putting it together-- all the frustrations, challenges and then all the excitement of turning it on for the first time and hearing it work! I have to say, almost 50 years later, I still have it and even though it's seen better days, when it was working, it sounds better than most of the stuff sold today!! :-) Thanks for the great Instructable. Keep up the great work mate!
Hahaha. Very same Viewsonic monitor that I have -- and it failed for the very same reason and I fixed it last year doing the very same thing as you! :-) Just a heads-up -- the next thing that will fail will be the power button with the blue light behind it. Also very fixable! Great work!
Sensational! Can't wait to try this. I have a pair of Wiess scissors that are about 30 years old that probably cost $50+ back then. Plastic handles have all cracked up. Couldn't bear to throw them out and have been looking for something exactly like this! THANKS! Will post my results when I've finished!
"The rabbit comes out of the hole, goes around the tree, then goes back down the hole". ;-)
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