March 2021 Westinghouse Mishap

Well I messed up. On my original prototype for the Westinghouse I mistakenly printed "12V" at the top instead of 9V, as the pedal is supposed to run on 9V. I was behind on orders and was rushing to get everything done as quickly as I could that I didn't even notice until most of them were finished and ready to go out the door. The good news is running the pedal at 12V instead of 9V will not damage it, as the regulator has built-in thermal shutdown, so it will turn itself off before it could ever get too hot for damage to occur.

So for those of you (there are 13) that ordered a Westinghouse in the March 2021 batch, I apologize for the mistake, please let me know how I can make it up to you, and I will do everything I can to make sure something like this doesn't happen again in the future. -Nathan

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