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By: Windell (offline) on Wednesday, October 21 2009 @ 03:32 PM PDT (Read 2621 times)  
Windell

If your Peggy 2.2 came with an inductor to install in either location L1 or L2, do not install that component. In its place, add a regular old wire (a clipped LED or resistor lead, for example) across that location instead. This fixes a common startup issue at that board.

If you have already installed the inductor, no need to remove it-- just add a wire across the other (presently empty) location, L1 or L2, as is the case for your board.

(If your Peggy 2.2 is working fine with the inductor in place, no need to muck with it-- this is merely preventative medicine.)


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