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Here are some good videos I ran across:

LED Basics:

How To Solder:

How To Use A Voltmeter:

More Voltmeter:
 

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Nice Bobby, always good to see some things done to refresh the ole smart muscle..refreshers are nice:bigthumbsup::bigthumbsup:
 

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Great job. This is going to put some confidence in me to start doing some proper wiring. Thank You.:bigthumbsup::bigthumbsup:
 

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Glad some of y'all are finding this stuff informative.

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Thanks man:bigthumbsup: This stuff will be quite useful down the road.
 

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Dam Bobby, where was this instructional vids about a month ago? It took me forever to get the hang of soldering! LOL!!!! Thank god i had a case of solder to practice with! HAHAHAHAHA (jus Kidden):joke: Great how to's Bro!:bigthumbsup:
 

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One thing about soldering. I installed a multi flashing LED with a relay box which was not that good of a quality. The power source where I plug in the wire was loose after a couple of plug-ins. This causes the connections wires (tiny ones) on the relay to breaks. A friend of mine who owns a car accessories shop help me joint back the wire thru' soldering. The tiny wires was soldered back on at where it broke and I must say it was a good job done as the molten zinc (or is it not zinc.) was very properly done during the soldering.
 

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Good information. One thing I will add tho. They now teach that electricity flows from the negative to the positive.


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