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 Where is A19 on the Willem programmer

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stikyy Posted - 10/25/2004 : 20:17:54
I am using the Dual Power Standard Willem Universal EPROM Programmer Kit with the TSOP48 adapter to program a AM29F800BB chip. I am getting write errors. I've read somewhere that i am supposed to connect a19 on the adapter to the a19 on the programmer. I clearly see a19 on the adapter but where is it on the programmer?
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stikyy Posted - 10/29/2004 : 16:11:42
Works like a charm. Thanks!
mcumall Posted - 10/26/2004 : 22:35:08
The second pin of JP-1. JP-1 is a 8 pin connector. Located at left side of DIP. Start count from top.

There is a jumper setting diagram file in the CD.

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