I picked up a 210 at a thrift store recently and i wad delighted that it worked perfectly, however as i was using it the entire screen froze, after leaving it for a few minutes with no response i restarted the machine using the keyboard, after which i got a happy mac followed by the screen...
Hi everyone, I am going to start recapping my Duos as I finished Recapping the docks, Does anyone know which capacitors are required for the 2300c and 270c, Also is it worth recapping the displays?, I worry that the heat of a soldering iron could ruin the two near perfect duo screens I have. ...
I am currently restoring my 2300c and will be 3d printing a new standoff for the front bezel as the original standoff crumbled against my attempt to repair it, I want to replace the little plastic screw covers and I am unsure of how to source originals/ recreate them
I have been attempting to recall a type 3 duo battery, however I cannot find the right cells for sale anywhere in the US or Canada, has anyone recently restored one of these batteries and if so where did you find the cells for them
Hey all, I just got a 2019 MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar and I love it so far. I was wondering if anyone has had an experience With this machine and if you have any tips or tricks to get the most out of this laptop.
I am trying to recap a Dynacomp PSU, specifically model DCF 353-614-0028
and I’m having trouble figuring out what capacitors are used in position C28 and C9, I was stupid and lost/misplaced the original caps so I have no clue as to what rating/voltage of capacitor is supposed to be in those spots.
I’ve always wondered if the portable would be compatible with the IIe PDS card, I tried googling and couldn’t come up with a result, I own neither but I’m just curious. I know there would need to be some kind of riser card to allow the IIe card to connect to the PDS slot but disregarding that is...
I recently took a gamble on a non-working LC III logic board on ebay, it turns out a quick isopropyl wash got it to chime and boot, only problem Is that pesky PRAM battery as it controls video on these models and It makes me worried leaving one in the machine, has anyone come up with a solution...
Long story short My LC II refused to boot one day and I suspected it was the power supply, after replacing the power supply the hard drive would spin up along with the system fan and the processor gets warm after awhile but no image would appear, there is no audio and no response to the keyboard...
I accidentally soldered a tantalum capacitor in backwards on C21, I was try to diagnose a faulty power supply and I decided to resolder all the caps on the logic board to check that they weren’t the problem, the power supply was dying but I’m still worried i fried the board, am i okay?
My LC II wont chime but the hard disk spins up and when i put a floppy in the drive it spins for a second and then stops i can briefly hear the hard drive access before it stops, any ideas?
Edit: the power supply makes a ticking noise when turned on
Today I received a package in the mail
It was the duo dock I had snatched off of eBay for 40$
Unfortunately the power supply is making a ticking noise and the unit won't turn on
Is this a common issue with duo docks If is there any thing I can do to fix it