re: [midatlanticretro] Re: Hazletine 1510
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Dave McGuire <Mcguire@...>
> [snip]pages, but there are a bunch of 11x17 pages that I will have to take to
> > Do you have those schematics in an electronic format?
> I swung by storage and picked up the manual. I have scanned the normal
Kinko's to scan. I'll send you the PDF (or a link) when I have the whole
thing scanned, OCR'd, and re-assembled.
>scanned the user manual on the classicmp terminal archive.
> I also have, and will scan, the kit assembly manual. Someone has already
>firmware? If so,
> > > Is the 1510 the same hardware as the 1500, but with different
> > > it would be nice to get a copy of the 1510 firmware, just to try itout.
> > It's different hardware. The keyboard is different (and the
> > is an integral part of the board) and I'm pretty sure there are moredip
> > switches.1500. The other one can be configured as a 1500, 1510, or 1520, depending
> It turns out there are two different boards. One of them is strictly a
on how it's populated.
Just to understand you here, you *do* have the 1510 schematics? Do you
have a *working* 1500 or 1510? I have the user manual, I am trying to
determine if the issues I am experiencing with my 1510 are due to user
error (not having the right switches) or electrical (need to trace problem
When the schematic becomes available, let me know. I can post on
vintagecomputer.net/hazletine/1510/ for anyone who needs it.