glad to hear! thanks!
Approximately 100 ohm.
Arduino Uno to Program ATTINY84 (Arduino V. 1.8.5)View Instructable »
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Well, it's been a long time. But looking at "Step 7: Use the ATtiny84 as a Stand Alone Chip," the photo didn't match the schematic. I believe the schematic was missing a jumper to connect the resistor to AtTiny84 pin 14. The schematic has been corrected. Before thinking about other possibilities, do you think this could have been the source of the problem?
Here is the correction.
There are physical differences between 85 pins and 84 pins. So first ensure the proper physical connections with the attiny84, which will absolutely be different from any connections you made with the attiny85. I (re)pasted the pinouts below. Let me know how it goes.attiny84 ATtiny Pin 1: 5V ATtiny Pin 2: myPin 0 ATtiny Pin 3: myPin 1 ATtiny Pin 4: RESET ATtiny Pin 5: myPin 2 ATtiny Pin 6: myPin 3 ATtiny Pin 7: myPin 4 ATtiny Pin 8: myPin 5 ATtiny Pin 9: myPin 6 ATtiny Pin 10: myPin 7 ATtiny Pin 11: myPin 8 ATtiny Pin 12: myPin 9 ATtiny Pin 13: myPin 10 ATtiny Pin 14: myPin GND attiny 85 ATtiny Pin 1: RSESTATtiny Pin 2:ATtiny Pin 3:ATtiny Pin 4: GNDATtiny Pin 5:ATtiny Pin 6:ATtiny Pin 7:ATtiny Pin 8: 5 V
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