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So now that I've gotten my hands on a Macintosh SE/30 to fix up, I went and checked the seller's conclusion on what was wrong it. According to him, the CRT wouldn't come on, and he suspected the analog board. To put that theory to the test, I swapped boards between my working SE, and the SE/30. The SE in the SE/30 chassis booted, and was happily driving the CRT. Thus, the issue was not with the SE/30 analog board or CRT. And to be expected, the SE/30 totally failed to boot in the SE chassis. The seller thought the SE/30 didn't chime because the speaker cable wasn't plugged in, but his memory f
From the album: DocumentationScan of the Pippin Retail ROM PCB (KINKA v1.0) with chips removed for clarity. Original scanned at 1200dpi, Reduced to 600dpi. Front and back halves aligned and scaled for PCB tracing.
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