At 12:58 pm 22/08/2001 +0200, you wrote: >Hallo Adrian, > >> Thanks, I'll have a poke around under them this evening, as soon as I've >> figured how to get power to the board whilst being able to access its >> underside... > >To save you some puzlling: >- turn the monitor counter clockwise until you can lift it >- disconnect it from the mainbody >- renove the screws that disable you to open the mainbody >- remove the two screws that keep the power-inlet and fuse on its place >- open the body >- remove the powersuplly connector >- remove the keyboard connector >- remove the screws that hold the mainboard on its place >- remove the IEEE- and Userport-connector Thanks for that, came in very handy! I now know that the 5v and 12v lines are both fine & stable. Incidentally, doing a multimeter check on the sync pin of the 6502 reads only 0.11v, which strikes me as being a bit low; especially compared to the working machine's 1.13v... Cheers! Ade. -- B-Racing: B where it's at :-) http://www.b-racing.co.uk Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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