Hi Nicolas, On Mon, 25 Oct 1999, Nicolas Welte wrote: > I own the C128/C128D service manual, but it doesn't cover the plastic > 128D at all, only the 128DCR. So there is no PSU schematic in there. > When I got a 128D from a fleamarket one year ago, I had to first > disasseble it because the disk drive had a mechanical failure. After > that I installed the drive power connector in a wrong way, so there was > a shortcut between the 5V and 12V line. This caused the crowbar of the > 5V part to shutdown the PS completely. While searching for the fault > inside the PS, I started making my own schematic of it, but probably > it's only half finished because I realized the real problem soon enough > ;-) Thanks for replying :) I may have to draw it out as well, but I have one other friend trying for me :) I am not to well up on "switch mode" PSU's :( so its something new for me to learn.. Cheers, Colin. _____________________________________________________________________ * Colin J Thomson * Online Using a Commodore 128D * * firstname.lastname@example.org * Powered by a 65C816S * * email@example.com * * * My Geos/SCPU News Homepage * Check out GO64!/Commodore World * * http://videocam.net.au/~colinjt * http://www.go64.de/go64.html * ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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