Hi André, I've got a European 4032 that looks exactly like your label. As per Nils' reply, I'm pretty sure it's caused by cleaning. The black background on some of these labels comes off very easily. In my case I was using aroma-free petrol to remove the glue from the remains of another label, which works great as petrol is usually plastic safe, unlike acetone. Unfortunately though, one accidental contact with the label immediately removed the black background, ruining the label. I removed the rest to make it look consistent and it looked exactly like yours. Rob On 24/08/2014 22:15, A. Fachat wrote: > I've started repairing a Fat40 #commodore pet 4032, and the first thing > is the > white front panel label as you can see here > https://www.flickr.com/photos/afachat/15019861801/in/photostream/ or > https://www.flickr.com/photos/afachat/14836282950/in/photostream/ > You can barely make out the "Commodore" - almost as imprint on the > label on > the left in the second picture, or the "2" or maybe "32" from the 4032 > model > number on the right. > > I couldn't find any other similar label in the PET labels page here > http://www.6502.org/users/sjgray/computer/petlabels/ > > What's interesting is that the background is white, and at least the > model > number looks dark - instead of the usual white-on-dark printing. > > Has anyone seen this kind of label before? Is this something > "underneath" the > real label? Or has someone glued something on top of the original? Has > some > original printing been bleached by sunlight? > > Any ideas appreciated! > André > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-08-25 12:00:02
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