Re: I have a working 610

From: Christian Dirks <>
Date: Fri, 03 Feb 2012 23:16:42 +0100
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Hi Rob,
on the first photo I can see that your 610 still has the mains filter.
You should remove it asap. The type used in your machine tends to explode.
With this type it happend to me 2 or 3 times after some hours of using a 
machine that hasn't been used for a longer time before.


Am 03.02.2012 22:33, schrieb Rob Clarke:
> Happy, happy joy. :-)
> Now I have a working one it's only a matter of time before the 720 
> also lives and breathes. I forsee a late night tonight...
> I also got a cartridge with it called profi-text and another strange 
> dongle that looks like it converts the cassette port to a 6-pin DIN. I 
> do recall some talk of someone hacking the kernal on a PET to use IEC 
> drives - could this be simething similar I wonder? Whatever is in it 
> was not meant to be seen by the owner without destroying it. It's 
> glued together very thoroughly.
> Q: does it have a built in ML monitor and is there a friendly user 
> guide on-line?
> Some pics:
> cheers,
> Rob
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