On 8/8/09, William Levak <email@example.com> wrote: > Also check the obvious, are the pins for the plug clean and making good > contact? The plug is a good place to check for high resistance or loss of continuity. I've seen plenty of those plugs (on PETs and on other machines) cook - brown and black plastic, oxidized pins, etc. Too many amps leads to heating leads to oxidation leads to resistance leads to more heating, etc. Fortunately, the connectors are still quite standard, so it'd be easy to replace the end of the cable (the pins on the motherboard are rarely permanently damaged, but make sure they are clean and bright - if not, they aren't difficult to replace or expensive). -ethan Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-08-09 03:23:34
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