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(20 AWG wire used to connect P1 pins 5 and 6 to book RPi into safe mode. Also, 20 AWG wire insulation used to protect the power pins on the P1 header from accidentally being shorted to another pin or each other.)
 
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20 AWG wire used to connect P1 pins 5 and 6 to boot RPi into safe mode. Also, 20 AWG wire insulation used to protect the power pins on the P1 header from accidentally being shorted to another pin or each other.

Revision as of 17:55, 28 December 2012

20 AWG wire used to connect P1 pins 5 and 6 to boot RPi into safe mode. Also, 20 AWG wire insulation used to protect the power pins on the P1 header from accidentally being shorted to another pin or each other.

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