Maybe it's just me but I'm confused as to why you would start replacing resistors and caps randomly in diagnosing a C128 with a black screen. On 30/10/2016 7:35 AM, Terry Raymond wrote: > Duh and apoligies I googled > Tantulum Capacitors and thats one component that is damaged on my C128. > > Also Packet Dip resistors. > > I guess im blind I cannot make out though what the part numbers are if > anybody could tell me whats used on any of the C64's or C128's? > > The Dip packet resistors to desolder seem to melt the plastic package > so I have only been able to remove them in pieces LOL, so maybe using > solder sucker or desolder gun, very quickly so as not to melt the > plastic packet (package). > > I found the Tantulum Capacitor and Packet Dip resistor on Jameco, but > would I need to remove these components and read the OHM's value with > a voltage meter? > > Just to confirm if this is the correct way of finding the right part. > > So I had to think about how this might be done, maybe, if youre > getting older and cant read small numbers anymore, get magnifying > glass. :) > > Terry Raymond > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-10-30 01:00:01
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