From: Daniele Gratteri (daniele_gratteri_at_inwind.it)
Date: 2002-04-09 19:19:48
----- Original Message ----- From: <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 8:00 AM Subject: RE: Problems with a long board 1541 Hi Ruud, > I presume this means that the red LED lights up for a few seconds and then > goes out. Same for the motor, it turns for a few seconds and stops. If so > the computerpart most likely should be OK. Yes, right, it does an initialization like the one you described but, after that, it can't hear the computer. > The first thing I would do is to replace the 7406 and 74LS14 you'll find > near IEC-connectors. These IC's buffer the signals from/towards the > computer. If these are brooken, the 1541 won't even "hear" the computer and > thus never will respond to any command at all. Surely I will do. It seems it happens quite often that these ICs blows up, since very probably it isn't the first time they are going to be substituted. Thanks, ____ __ / ___|____ Daniele Gratteri, Italian Commodore and Amiga user /// | | |___/ E-MAIL: email@example.com __ /// | |___|___\ IRC: FIAT1100D - ICQ: 53943994 \\\/// \____| URL: http://spazioweb.inwind.it/danielegratteri \/// Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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