Re: c64 / vic 20 power supply replacement

From: didier derny <>
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2016 22:04:46 +0200
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I have the same as the one on your photographs  (no screws)   (black 
square connector for plus4)
it seems possible to remove the pcb without too many difficulties
knowing that the old regulator will stay stuck in  the glue forever...

I also have this one:
but the regulator and pcb seems badly stuck in the glue...
I fear to break something if I try to remove the pcb

On 28/10/2016 21:48, Gerrit Heitsch wrote:
> On 10/28/2016 09:36 PM, Terry Raymond wrote:
>> Were the power connectors (input power from ppwer source) Din round
>> connector)
>> specially made in Japan and not made anymore, seems trying to find these
>> in Electronics suppliers the solder pins come close but just wont 
>> lineup.
> And least the plug is available. It's called 'MAS70S', I can easily 
> get it.
>> This is all I could think of as far as the Din and even the C64/C128
>> power switch just
>> not available so rob these parts from parted out units.
> As for the power switch, you can adapt a wide range of switches.
> will work. You only have to 
> replace the rocker with the one from the old, broken switch.
>  Gerrit
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