[Solved] Continuity problem

edited April 2015 in Troubleshooting

Hi, everybody. I am blocked at step 16. It seems there is continuity(so I didn't attach the power supply.

I checked all my solderings, but didn’t find some bridges.

All I can say for now is that I get 1356 ohm with black pin on GND and 811 when it’s on +5v.

I saw, something else: I put 2 wires in position S33 because I plan to put a power switch; and I get the same results(1356 and 811) whether the wires are joined or not. Maybe this can help to isolate the failure.

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Thank's for your help!


  • A short means a value near 0 Ohm. Your measured values don't look bad.
  • So, to be bad, I had to find the same kind of measure that while making touch the 2 probs of the multimeter.Something around 006. Ok! it seems that it is me who has a problem of short  :D
    Thx for the help!
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