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Apple IIe repair (and piggybacking logic chips for diagnosi)

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Apple IIe repair (and piggybacking logic chips for diagnosi)

by tezza » Wed Dec 23, 2015 8:52 am

I've written up my recent third Apple II repair, this time an Apple IIe.
http://www.classic-computers.org.nz/blo ... -video.htm

One interesting aspect of this repair is that piggy-backing a logic chip helped confirm a faulty one. I'd only ever used this technique with RAM. I'm sure it only works if the chip has a particular type of fault, but it worked this time for me.
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