Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: Commodore Schematics
- I agree. When I first started out get serious about supporting
Commodore stuff (up to then I had only been IBM and MAC), his site was
there and I still have printouts from some of his pages from ~2000.
> Ray Carlsen's site is great, not only for the schematics (some hand
> drawn), but also the wealth of troubleshooting information/FAQs on
> his site, and he still repairs Commodore gear. He is
> a regular on comp.sys.cbm, and still responds to individual e-mail
> requests for assistance re: troubleshooting, repair, etc. He's one
> of the good guys, he has helped me out several times over the past 7+
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bill Dromgoole"
> <drummy@...> wrote:
>> I just found a good source of Commodore Schematics and thought I
> would share it with the group.
>> This is the site I found them on is
>> Bill #3