If it'll help, i could name every chip part number I can with the pcb location.Since you say it has different modes, i suspect the 16 pin chip is what controls things. It might be a programmable processor. U1 I would suspect is a voltage regulator. Without chip part numbers, the pictures say little…
If the chip is a microprocessor, you likely will not be able to change the timeout without the source code and a programmer.
The first mode lights only 2 LEDs locsted in the head green, the second mode lights every led red with only one LED green, then the 3rd mode lights everything green, and the 4th mode cycles between mode 2 and 3. Not sure if this means anything but there is like a starting up animation where the 1 green LED representing the eyes lights up first, followed by every other LED." i have a model kit..."
what does it do? if you only want LEDs lit, use flashlight.
Here all the part numbers i could findIf it'll help, i could name every chip part number I can with the pcb location.
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