I did and it works!
I had to do it twice though.
After moving it over, nothing changed. Then I saw there were printed
brackets on the board that showed the R9 lugs were oriented
horizontally, not vertically like the R7.
Thanks for your help!
On Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 10:14:10 PM UTC-4, m-m wrote:
The display is controlled by which resistor is shorted, thus the 0 ohm resi
stor on R7. According to the printing, this displays temp in C.
REmove that and short R9, you don't need to use the 0 ohm part, just a wire
or solder blob. Looks like if you short R8 you'll displat temp and humidit
y. R9 shorted will be in F and not shorted and R7 shorted will be C. Will s
horting the other two display =/-5% of temp also?
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