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    • I do not see this posted elsewhere, so thought I would share.  Too rich for my blood, and current bid of $6k doesn't meet reserve.  This is a very respectable collection for sure.   https://www.ebay.com/itm/AMAZING-Vintage-Apple-Computer-Museum-lot-Mac-Apple-II-Lisa-Mac-XL-RARE/333612411629?
    • Hi there   I've got a Macintosh IIvx that I'm repairing. I replaced the battery and all the caps, can't see any PCB damage. It turns on as soon as it gets mains power, and if you try to shut it down, it boots right back up again. Machine works perfectly fine in every other way except for the automatic turning on. Pin 26 of the EGRET chip that goes to the PSU ON wire on the power supply. That seems to always be high and looks like it's the reason the power supply is always on.   EGRET chip has (Motorola logo) 341S0851 (c) 1990 APPLE 0C25TLLNG9230 on it.   Things I have done (with testing between steps): - replaced all caps and battery and cleaned up motherboard with 99.9% ispropyl - cleaned in distilled soapy water (and dried with compressed and and heat gun) - removed EGRET chip, cleaned underneath and reinstalled (with leg 26 lifted/disconnected for testing)   Things I have tested: - computer turns itself on with and without keyboard/mouse connected to ADB ports - computer turns itself on with and without new battery - power supply doesn't turn itself on when not connected to motherboard - shorting pin 26 of EGRET chip to ground turns computer off, ungrounding turns it back on   After lifting leg 26 of EGRET chip, it no longer turns itself on, but the lifted leg is still high. Shorting the leg to the pad it's supposed to be soldered to turns the computer on, removing short turns it off again.   I can't find schematics for the IIvx or any spec sheet or pinout for the EGRET chip.   Any suggestions? Thanks.
    • Let's see if it works first. That'll decide it's fate. Then I can go about making it look pretty less beaten up. 
    • It's luckily been preserved on the Web Archive: http://web.archive.org/web/20140410214408/http://www.saunalahti.fi/~holindho/g5-quad-v1-lcs-repair.html
    • Never mind, I have already found a screw kit.
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