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Kevin Neilson   12/14/2012 6:09:24 AM
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Ha! The dude got rich off what seems to be a 555 timer! I think he got the schematic out of a Forrest Mims notebook. I like the extensive testing they did those days. The dude wires up a 555 in a metal box and the next day they hook it up to a girl in the hospital.

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