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Great First Time Kit February 10, 2009
Reviewer: Charlie from Kent, CT United States  
I got this kit today to  teach myself some soldering, and it did not fail me. It was real easy to solder and works great.
I would give it 5 stars, but it didn't come with instructions. I think that that would have really helped. Otherwise, a great kit. Even for a preteen.

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mmm why dont it work February 9, 2009
Reviewer: joel reindel from littleton, CO United States  
well i soldered everything in place and it looked good so i inserted the battery, and fliped the swick. there was a splic second flash of bright red light which came from one of the LEDs, then it went dead, nothing. i thought maybe i swiched the resisters around and blew out the infered LED but they were all right. it seems to me that something got fryed but i dont know.

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You're on your own... (OK - you're not) January 12, 2009
Reviewer: Paul Rothrock from Columbus, OH United States  
EDIT: I did eventually find the project info - it's under the maker faire section of te website - not products. Silly me - I figured that a packaged thing sold by a company would be a product - but it's not... /EDIT

Nice little project except:
No parts list, no documentation, no support.
Mfg is www.cornfieldelectronics.com - nothing on their site about this project - redirects to TVBGone.
Follow the video for instructions - it's all I could find. Everything on board is obvious except resistors. R1 is the singleton - R2&3 are the same.
Emails to support are unanswered. Says allow 2 business days - it's been 4. Would be interested to know about prog port - maybe docs someday...

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You're NOT on your own... January 2, 2009
Reviewer: Ehren Hasz from Madison, WI United States  
Parts list, documentation, support, C files and schematics can all be found on www.cornfieldelectronics.com, yes it redirects to tvbgone, but you have to look beyond the first page for information. Everything you need to make or modify this kit can be found under the Maker Faire section of the web site.

Over all a very good kit. I just wish you could buy the PCB for making these in bulk.

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