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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinMueller2003 View Post
    Yes it does
    I don't think it does (or at least it didn't last time I looked). The standard 'real' Pickit3 just comes with the programmer and a USB cable.

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    Mine at 50 came with the entire set


    2019 - Just moved into a new home (yet another change of plans). Will be dim but not dark. Too much to do at the new place to leave time for a show.
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    Had a private message for a Pickit3 3 for $20, that I just bought. Thanks for all the input everyone.

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    If you have an arduino and a breadboard, I was able to program 4 chips in 5 minutes with this setup... Simply connect 5 wires and upload the sketch. Now you have a programmer. Run the executable to upload the image to the chip!:
    https://github.com/jaromir-sukuba/a-p-prog

    Didn't cost me a penny!

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    This I saw what I use, started it life program chips for my car. Now it programs my pic's.
    https://www.canakit.com/usb-pic-programmer.html

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    If you have an arduino and breadboard laying around, this is all you need !! Simply connect the leads, load the sketch and run the program on your PC to flash the PIC! Worked like a charm and didn't cost me a dime! https://github.com/jaromir-sukuba/a-p-prog

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