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Unpack the DoES Tower for December #385

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DefProc opened this Issue Nov 10, 2016 · 3 comments

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DefProc commented Nov 10, 2016

As it makes a nice light up decoration, and the Cheertree is still out of action, we should:

  • put the DoES Tower out somewhere for the Christmas period,
  • change it to listen to cheerlights (or another compatible protocol)?
  • step 3…
  • profit
  • check it has a RPi,
  • check the MQTT service is still running,
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Is there an issue for the Cheertree? What's wrong with it?

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amcewen commented Nov 10, 2016

Is there an issue for the Cheertree? What's wrong with it?

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The wifi shield was not working when I plugged this in, looks like the onboard voltage regulator died (burned out). I've replaced this with one borrowed from @amcewen, although that may be where the original came from too.

DefProc commented Dec 9, 2016

The wifi shield was not working when I plugged this in, looks like the onboard voltage regulator died (burned out). I've replaced this with one borrowed from @amcewen, although that may be where the original came from too.

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Installed in the main room

DefProc commented Dec 9, 2016

Installed in the main room

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