Mini Review TL866 Programmer

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Re: Mini Review TL866 Programmer

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I'm using the USB Mini pro
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Re: Mini Review TL866 Programmer

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I'm using the USB Mini pro
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Re: Mini Review TL866 Programmer

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Did you erase the chip first (UV) and blank check.
Also pin contact is sometimes an issue. Swipe chip from side to side while holding the 'lever' down slightly so it exerts pressure against the pins.
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Ya erased and says it blank
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Re: Mini Review TL866 Programmer

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This is sometimes caused by the programmer not being able to get enough power. Try a different USB cable if you can. Some super cheap ones cant provide enough power to put the chip in programming mode. Verify=FF shows the erase part is probably good and correct.
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