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'[PIC]: i found the problem with my 17c766 circuit.'
2001\02\13@094324 by promero

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First of all, Thanks to all of you who took the time to answer my help
request.

Second and last: problem and solution:

The problem wasn't located neither in the program nor in the
configuration. The real problem was of the socket i was using.
Apparently there is no compatibility with the ARIES 84pin PLCC socket
and the cerquad of microchip, because i realized that contact was the
real problem.

So be aware of this socket (mounted on the plcc to dip converetr i got)
when prototyping...

The solution: another socket or an add-on surface to let the chip above
the normal level inside the socket making contact possible.


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2001\02\13@114856 by Dan Michaels

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>So be aware of this socket (mounted on the plcc to dip converetr i got)
>when prototyping...
>
>The solution: another socket or an add-on surface to let the chip above
>the normal level inside the socket making contact possible.


You might check this out:
http://www.oricomtech.com/plc-adpt.htm

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