From: Gabriele Bozzi (mabuse68_at_gmail.com)
Date: 2006-09-23 14:50:06
Please post some photos or just a link. I am curious !! Gabriele On 23 Sep 2006, at 11:57, B Degnan wrote: > Speaking of which, I just got the weirdest 8296 yesterday. It has > the 8032-type chassis but it's labeled 8296 on the back. An embedded > disk 5 1/4 drive is on the side of the monitor positioned vertically, > not below like a typical 8296D. It's an OEM model sold by Malvern, > a company in England. > It also has a coax connector and custom ROMS, etc. It's not > functioning > at the moment. I will be working on it to see if I can get it > running. > I have a power converter for the UK. I have to clean and re-assemble > some of the parts that have shaken loose over time, first. > Bill D > usa > <snip> >>> Recently I received some ICs. One MOS IC has the code 8700-009, >>> production date 2184. Does it ring a bell for someone? >>> >>> It is a 8700 PLA (programmable logic array) as found in e.g. a 8296. >>> See near the end of this document: >>> >>> http://www.sothius.com/hypertxt/additional/cbm8296addition.html >> >> It's equivalent to a 82S100. >> > > > > > -- E N D -- > > > > > > > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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