Some of the circuit designs and ideas presented in this blog may not be tested or confirmed practically. Though the author firmly believes that all the circuits would work and provide the intended results as proposed in the articles, the user must exercise caution while deciding what's appropriate.
Also, many of the articles and diagrams are contributed by external authors, whose original source is unknown, and therefore the reliability of these designs are unconfirmed.
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The user or the person who is involved with the building of the project her/himself will be solely responsible for the results, positive or negative, whatsoever.
Having said that, the author welcomes all suggestions and corrections from the readers for improving the blog content and is ready to help as far as possible whenever required.
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