Just a quick update: I got all the parts I needed today. It cost me a total of about US$8 as I got multiples (6) of everything, as well as some 16V 47uf caps too. The only thing I couldn't find was the 5402 diodes, but the shop keeper sold me some 3004's and said they were basically the same thing. I got home a little late from work so I haven't had much time, but I did desolder one lead of the CR3 (5402) diode and tested it with my digital multimeter set to the diode setting. With the leads connected one way I get a reading of 4.61V, and with the leads reversed I get 'OL'...so maybe I can assume the CR3 diode is good. Just to be sure I tested one of my new 3004 diodes with the meter and it read 4.88V one way, and of course 'OL' the other way...close enough. So I think I can keep the original diode in place. Thats it for now...more updates soon. Phil Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-08-14 11:32:43
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