Thanks for taking the time with that.
All good here. Still living on my tropical rock dreaming of the day I can drive further than a couple of miles.
I also got a 555 and a 553 count as well. Neither of these are majors although good to be aware of it but a fix is by far preferable.
In an attempt to limit noise could we capture the same signal using the MI007 high impedance probe?
Now you're just trying to wind me up.
The following day after fixing the issue (floating chip pin assigned as a IOC) and assembly, a mounting screw of the circuit board shorted the 5V rail to the 12V. It didn't end well. Total destruction.
Asides, I don't have a MI007 either.
But you may be on too something. As channel A was an input to the chip and I had put a small capacitor on that circuit. While the output from the chip was just floating.
Thanks for looking and lodging bug.