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  1. I have a Hard Disk 20SC external SCSI drive enclosure that has a SCSI ID selector switch on back. Because I am using a non-stock IBM DGHS 4.5GB drive inside, I've left the SCSI ID select switch cable disconnected. But I am eager to change the SCSI ID on the fly. Here's a photo of the drive label, showing the SCSI ID jumper settings: I believe the precise jumper settings follow what is shown on page 17 of this PDF. And here's a photo of the inside of my HD20SC (a still image from my PSU recapping video):
  2. Does anyone know the pinout of the mac plus logic board to analog board cable? I was wondering if it used black and white composite video.
  3. This repair was rather simple, but Digikey sent a substituted part. I ordered these clips as they are the same ones used on the LC PSU connector. They sent another type that does fit the pins on the motherboard. But it was a rabid female dog to put it in the plastic Molex connector. This LC-TDK failed because for some reason the connectors corroded and pulling on the wires, they popped off with a broken clip on the end! Trying to shove the wires back in the connector made the LC make a "Flub Flub Flub" noise when it was turned on. The corrosion on the remaining clip was black on the silver
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