29048RE: [midatlanticretro] Re: I am definitely going to have to start a SOL restoration blog...
- Jan 23, 2013Thanks. I clean everything before I work on it. This SOL was in nice shape
when I got it
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of corey986
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 10:11 PM
Subject: [midatlanticretro] Re: I am definitely going to have to start a SOL
Wow I still can't get over how clean that system is from your pics. How did
you clean the board and actually the whole system what well?
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> a SOL restoration blog...
> On Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 10:35:57PM -0000, corey986 wrote:
> > >From a power supply perspective the power supply puts out about 4.7
> > >volts
> > on the 5v when not plugged into the motherboard, but 3.7 volts when
> > plugged in, so something is drawing it down.
> > so I can pull all the chips and perform the check out procedure
> Not knowing anything about what type of supply this is...
> Since its low unloaded you may want to test it with a load resistor of
> the expected draw to see if the power supply is bad and its not a
> loading problem.
> Both Herb's working and my partially-working SOLs have ~4.75 volts on
> the motherboard rather than 5V. We tested thoroughly, it seems to be
> "the way it was". Given Herb's system works, fyi.
> Also, most people chipped off the last two pins of the edge connector
> of the personality module. This is normal.
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