I'm trying to rescue a US 120V Macintosh Plus that was gifted to me. The previous owner accidentally connected it to a 240V UK mains power supply without a step-down transformer. Whoops!
The original 2.5A 250V fuse had clearly blown so replaced it at the same time as doing a complete recap.
When I did the "smoke test" just now (and this time I made sure to the use the correct step-down voltage converter), the fuse blew again so something somewhere isn't right. Would anybody be able to help me diagnose what the issue could be? Just as a side note, the logic board works fine in another Plus so luckily that wasn't fried by the original mishap.
Thanks for any help in advance
I'm about to send my STL file to a friend so he can start the 3d printing for me.
Check it out: assembly with 4 screws. I'm hoping the holes are big enough for the button and stick.
in-browser model viewer:
If shipping to the Netherlands isn't too crazy, I'm definitely interested
Given you mentioned a scrapped 610, do you happen to have the spare middle blank bezel or CD-ROM bezel for that same computer too, that you might part with?