Christian - Where on the board is the mains filter? Ernie On 2/3/2012 5:16 PM, Christian Dirks wrote: > 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. > > Christian > > > 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: >> http://inchocks.co.uk/commodore/B_Series/610_PCB_small.jpg >> http://inchocks.co.uk/commodore/B_Series/610_carts.jpg >> http://inchocks.co.uk/commodore/B_Series/Working610_small.jpg >> >> cheers, >> >> Rob >> >> >> Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-02-03 23:00:46
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