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 out there though, and it is important to ensure that the voltage read at the board, when operating, is  out there though, and it is important to ensure that the voltage read at the board, when operating, is 
 above 4.8V, when measured at the GPIO connector pin 2. See the graphic for details on where the GPIO header above 4.8V, when measured at the GPIO connector pin 2. See the graphic for details on where the GPIO header
-pin 2 is. If not, you may start having ​stability issues with your Pi.+pin 2 is.  
 + 
 +If the voltage is lower than 4.8V, you may have stability issues with your Pi.
  
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