Re: Repair of MARCH Commodore PET 2001 chiclet keyboard
- I did some component swapping, between some Apple IIs a few years ago, in order to build a "better" system. In the end, I realized that for my purposes, closer to original condition is preferable to the slight cosmetic improvements, and undid the swaps.
Just my 2 cents.
--- In email@example.com, "Evan Koblentz" <evan@...> wrote:
> JB and I also noticed, just before leaving today, that our * other * 2001 is much cleaner. But it doesn't have a motherboard. One of these days we'll test its keyboard with the first system. If it works, then we'll put the keyboard back into the nicer unit and transfer the motherboard too.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeffrey Brace" <ark72axow@...> wrote:
> > Was my other advice helpful?Oh well :( It was fun throwing ideas out there just the same.
> Not really. I just used ordinary household aluminum.
> I don't know the reason why there is a blue label. I just know that it isRare or not, it definitely looks much cooler!
> more rare than the black one.
> You can ask Bryan Pope, he knows a lot moreI was hoping to see Bryan on the weekend at World of Commodore, but I missed him.
> about the PETs than I do.