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 Insert the female and male USB connectors on either end of the board matching them up with the labels "​male"​ and "​female"​ on the board. You may need to bend the female connector legs (the two thick pins) out a bit to get it to fit. Insert the female and male USB connectors on either end of the board matching them up with the labels "​male"​ and "​female"​ on the board. You may need to bend the female connector legs (the two thick pins) out a bit to get it to fit.
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 Flip over and solder all the pins and legs. Flip over and solder all the pins and legs.
  
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 Insert the switch and flip over and solder - some tape or putty to hold the switch in place can be a big help. Insert the switch and flip over and solder - some tape or putty to hold the switch in place can be a big help.
  
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 **NOTE:** If you do not want a red indicator LED when the switch is off, leave off the resistor and LED **NOTE:** If you do not want a red indicator LED when the switch is off, leave off the resistor and LED
  
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-Insert the red LED, flip over and solder, cut off the excess of the leads.+Insert the red LED with the shorter lead on the same side as the resistor, flip over and solder, cut off the excess of the leads.
  
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 Plug into a USB port or cable, insert a Digispark (or other device), and flip the switch - when the LED is lit the device is off, when it is not lit the device is on! Plug into a USB port or cable, insert a Digispark (or other device), and flip the switch - when the LED is lit the device is off, when it is not lit the device is on!
  
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