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Any other options for a dead bunny?

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Hi!

My bunny doesn't appear to be functional anymore. When I plug it in (regardless of switch position), the LED sequence is the same:

Solid Green -> Turns off -> Solid Red for ~1s -> Solid Green -> Turns off -> Solid Red... <repeat>

I tried Darren's firmware reset steps and Seb's unbricking guide, both in a PC and in a separate USB plug. No go. Same results. Any other suggestions or just bin it and get a new one?

Thanks in advance!

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2 hours ago, M00se said:

Hi!

My bunny doesn't appear to be functional anymore. When I plug it in (regardless of switch position), the LED sequence is the same:

Solid Green -> Turns off -> Solid Red for ~1s -> Solid Green -> Turns off -> Solid Red... <repeat>

I tried Darren's firmware reset steps and Seb's unbricking guide, both in a PC and in a separate USB plug. No go. Same results. Any other suggestions or just bin it and get a new one?

Thanks in advance!

Hmmm, hard to tell. And you can't ssh into it? Is there really no attackmode? Well, if the methods you mentioned above don't work, you'll probably have to bin it...

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Do you remember by any chance what you did before? To me that sounds really like a dead bunny..sorry mate.

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oof!   that sucks.    If you have a multimeter, id try opening up the BB and testing continuity on and around the switch.  Perhaps it got bumped and has a cold solder joint  or is just failing and the bunny cant read the switch position and determine the mode on startup.      As the only electro- mechanical component, that would be my first suspect.    If you can solder, I recon that it would be fairy easy to replace at home.

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