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#76 2016-09-16 15:44:04

LCGuy
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From: Sydney, Australia
Registered: 2014-05-13
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Re: Washerman's Appley items

That II+ clone...is that the one that was on eBay? I saw that, glad that its gone to a good home smile

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#77 2016-09-17 13:49:01

Washerman
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Registered: 2014-08-24
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Re: Washerman's Appley items

LCGuy wrote:

That II+ clone...is that the one that was on eBay? I saw that, glad that its gone to a good home smile

Thanks man! smile yeah all 4 of these have been eBay purchases ... hard to find them in kerbside cleanups/garage sales any more! Mostly flimsy P4 towers these days. Hoping that I can have it set up on a more permanent basis, though am presently stripping down a Mac Pro 3.1, so need some room for that!

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#78 2016-09-25 08:25:09

Washerman
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Registered: 2014-08-24
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Re: Washerman's Appley items

After closer inspection it seems the IIe PSU was set up for 220V, according to the tiny inscription on the switch and not the large marking on the PSU. The PSU took the brunt of my error though, as swapping power supplies around brought the board to life

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Looking inside the PSU it seems some caps have leaked, and the fuse seems to be blown. It'll go into the repairs box for now.

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