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On page 210 the links are broken. When I click on the links a " was added at the end of the address. Please remove the "..." from link addresses.
Thanks.

If you want, you can add the link to custom firmware Thunderbird:

The Thunderbird discussion is here:

br HE
 
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On page 210 the links are broken. When I click on the links a " was added at the end of the address. Please remove the "..." from link addresses.
Thanks.

If you want, you can add the link to custom firmware Thunderbird:

The Thunderbird discussion is here:

br HE
@h-elsner,
Try the links now. They work on my machine, but perhaps not on all. I made the link to the Thunderbird Thread point to Post #11. That seems to be where the real discussion begins. But if you think it should go somewhere else, please let me know.
 
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A lot of time you spent on this. Great work.
 

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Added new Attachment 25 SD Card Upgrade/Downgrade H Plus Firmware
Revision 47 2020-03-14
Introduction: This document describes the method to perform an H Plus firmware upgrade or downgrade using SD Cards only. These instructions use Build 822 as the example Build. All file names and numbers are associated with Build 822. The general process is the same for other builds, but may require a different source for the necessary files. Not all builds include all components included in Build 822.
 

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Added new Attachment 36 (ST16 Switch Spacer):
It is fairly common for the top part of any ST16 toggle switch assembly to pull out of the switch case. The retaining nut, when combined with the support tube around the switch shaft (internal to the ST16) and the supports for the button board itself, create a stress on the bradded joint. Damage can occur during tightening of the retainer nut, or may occur later if the stressed joint is bumped. Switch damage can be avoided by adding a spacer to relieve the stress on the bradded joint. The drawings below are not to scale, but illustrate the vulnerability and the remedy.
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