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Nibtgom

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newb question - voltage starving
« on: September 15, 2019, 04:17:23 AM »

Hi,

I thought I would start off with the easiest way to bend, voltage starving. I solder leads to a pot, sandwich the pther ends of the leads in foil and stick them between the spring and battery. however, there is no difference when i turn the pot. 

is this because not all circuits can be voltage starved, or I am doing it wrong?

the pot is A100k if that makes a difference.  I'll try to attach a pic of the pot and a pic of the circuit board for reference


secondly, i have had a good poke around this board and can only find a bend that speeds up the clock. Is it true that blob circuits (like this one) are mostly unbendable?

Thank you for your insight!

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Re: newb question - voltage starving
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2019, 04:19:22 AM »

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Re: newb question - voltage starving
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