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Thanks arwilson for the help! so far i've located the ic 2004 but i can't seem to find the jumper between the pins 2 & 6. and could you please help me understand what you mean by "jump pins 6 & 7" also please tell me where to look. thanks for your time Roy

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The jumper looks like a staple from the top side . It is soldered to the bottom of the board. The copper trace can be followed from pin 2 through the staple ( jumper ) to pin 6 of IC 2004. Remove the staple ( unsolder from the board ) then solder the staple from pin 6 to pin 7 of IC 2004. The IC has a notch at one end. Pin 1 is the first pin to the right of the notch looking down on it from the top. The pins are in consecutive order 1,2,3 etc. Hope this makes sense.

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