Re: [midatlanticretro] Hex screwdriver size, to open IMSAI front panel?
Thanks. Mine is S/N 3500 or so, it may be an early one. My goal
is to have one 100% working S-100 system that I can use as a benchmark/test
unit for working on others with problems. Next time I am at Sears
I will pick up the Allen screwdrivers I need, but thanks for the
At Tuesday, 16 May 2006, you wrote:
>Hi Bill; No sweat on the cable and if you need any more of thatvintage, let me know. I probably have something that will do the
trick. As for the wrench you need I bet I have at least three or
four but I don't remember which one it is. I have about 100 Allen
and/or fluted wrenches dating back to about 1956, and I know I took
the front panel apart lots of times. The original had a design flaw
in it and required a good deal of tinkering to get it to work properly.
if you can't find an answer let me know and I'll send you a set
to work with on a loan. RayB Degnan <billdeg@...> wrote:
Anyone know the correct hex-type screwdriver size to take the screws
off an IMSAI front panel? The smallest like screwdriver I have is
a T-10 and it's too big by a little bit. The screws are 6-32x1 1/4"
> button head screws (from the manual). I would call them hex headscrews. I assume that there is such thing as a T-9 or T-8 hex head
screwdriver, but I figured someone here would know for sure so that
I can purchase the correct tool the first time out.Ray Borrill sent
me a replacement cable to connect the front panel to the processor
card. Thanks again Ray!