From: B. Degnan (billdeg_at_degnanco.com)
Date: 2007-04-23 04:13:28
I worked with Bryan Pope (also on this list) on my Malvern Particle Sizer (an OEM 8296)...for one glorious minute the system booted up, but then gone...never to resurface. I have not worked on it since (last month). In my case, we concluded that the PAL was bad. That's my next step. I will check out the web site from the earlier post on this thread. Bill At 07:39 PM 4/22/2007 +0200, you wrote: >On Sun, 22 Apr 2007, Michael Huth wrote: > >>after about 1.5 years I tried to reactivate my 8296D, but it seems >>to hang now after switching on / or reset. It worked previously. > >It reminds me that I now have *two* broken 8296D's in my basement! >One used to work for a while after I replaced the 6545. The other >was recently picked up entirely for spare parts. Soon now I'm going >to bring them both upstairs and see if I can combine them into one >working unit or at least diagnose repairable faults. > >-- >Anders Carlsson > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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