On the Subject of Wire Spaghetti
Looks like somebody's first attempt at wiring up a PCB. At least they tried...
- The original instructions can be found here.
- The next page is an interactive version of an image shown on the original manual.
- To swap between the two colors, select the cell relative to the colors they are in.
- To reset the interactive, click the button on this page.
|Left||Red||The total number of dark grey, light grey, black and white wires is less than 5.|
|Left||Blue||There are no aqua wires.|
|Left||Orange||The total number of port plates is greater than the total number of yellow, dark red and orange wires.|
|Left||Green||The total number of lime and pink wires is greater than the total number of green and purple wires.|
|Left||Purple||There are fewer light red wires than brown wires and more black wires than blue wires.|
|Left||Yellow||There are more than 13 wires in total.|
|Right||Yellow||The total number of dark red, pink and aqua wires is prime.|
|Right||Purple||The total number of lit indicators is less than the total number of black and brown wires.|
|Right||Green||The total number of green and dark grey wires is more than double the number of pink wires.|
|Right||Orange||There are 3 or more white wires.|
|Right||Blue||The total number of batteries is equal to the total number of yellow and orange wires.|
|Right||Red||The total number of brown wires is equal to the total number of light grey and lime wires.|