Just a quick note to say that after two nights of soldering and squinting at tiny things while watching TV, I got my Ice Tube clock kit working with any real issues at all. The hardest part was getting the wires from the tube to go into the PCB, but with the help of some tweezers, a bright light and some patience, I got them all in.
It’s working great. Thanks for designing and making the kit.
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