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deadlygopher

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  1. deadlygopher

    Damaged ROM SIMM Socket on SE/30

    Thanks for all the help and info! I'm going to declare (short term) victory on this project - I was able to use a rubber band to hold the SIMM in. Once I got it situated correctly, the system bonged! I'm thinking about making a new ROM PCB that'd work with headers soldered in place of the SIMM socket, since it sounds like those will be hard to source longer-term. Would that be a worthwhile project?
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    Damaged ROM SIMM Socket on SE/30

    Any chance you could share stl files?
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    Damaged ROM SIMM Socket on SE/30

    Unfortunately the esi-components.com is out of stock, and elcodis.com's minimum order quantity is 100.
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    Damaged ROM SIMM Socket on SE/30

    A Simasimac-ed SE/30 found it's way to me recently. When I opened it up for the first time, I found that the ROM SIMM was *loose inside the case*. The retention tabs on the ROM SIMM socket have broken off. Any recommendations for next steps? I'm comfortable doing the rework of replacing the SIMM socket, but I haven't been able to find a source for the part. Other ideas?
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