RE: SuperPET boards (was Re: 110->240 volt conversion)

From: Ethan Dicks (
Date: 2002-09-27 10:31:05

> Hallo Ethan,
> > > Have you got some extra ones? ;-)
> > 
> > I think I have one SuperPet board set (64K RAM +
> > 6809 processor board) 
> This means you want to sell/swap it? If so I'm interested.

I did not mean to imply that I wanted to sell or swap it.  I was
mentioning that I am fairly certain I have only one board set,
not one _spare_ board set.

If I do decide to sell/swap it, I'll be sure to mention it to
the cbm-hackers' list and make sure you get first dibs, Ruud.

First things first, though; I'm still up to my eyeballs trying
to fix my first PET (32K 2001N - keyboard problems (bad contact
between cable and motherboard), PIA/VIA problems (won't reset,
can't read tapes, can't talk to IEEE bus, depending on which
particular 6520s are in the sockets).  I fixed a bad wire in
the keyboard cable I was using to test (press-in wires in the
white edge connector at the keyboard end - one looked good
but was not).  I'm contemplating removing the four 40-pin
sockets and replacing them with machined (turned) pin sockets.

All this so I can read/write Rabbit tape data.  Anyone have a
copy of the PET Rabbit for BASIC 4.0?  That would solve my problems.
I have a reliable 8032 next to the unreliable 2001.

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