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  1. Thread: My new 5160

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    Depends on the PSU, Some do and some don't, My...

    Depends on the PSU, Some do and some don't, My 5160 Schrack PSU's start and run with no external load attached
  2. Thread: My new 5160

    by Malc
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    Possibly Shorted tant /'s on the motherboard, See...

    Possibly Shorted tant /'s on the motherboard, See the Minimum Diagnostic Configuration page on Modem7's site
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    More than likely yes or a scam since genuine...

    More than likely yes or a scam since genuine wellers can range from hundred + to several hundreds, Got a link to it ?

    Edit: And that's just for used Weller's i've seen
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    Same here, I use Ebah for some stuff and Mouser...

    Same here, I use Ebah for some stuff and Mouser for IC's etc

    :lol:

    Dunno never tried it, I use IPA
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    My main Iron i use the most is an old 50W temp...

    My main Iron i use the most is an old 50W temp controlled job i bought from Maplin Electronics 20 odd years ago and still use the same tips it came with, it wasn't expensive, I use Ersin Multicore...
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    Hmm :- ) I'd get that cleaned up and get that...

    Hmm :- ) I'd get that cleaned up and get that cap out, What solder do you use and size ?
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    Got a pic of the cap on the board ?, If it is in...

    Got a pic of the cap on the board ?, If it is in the wrong way, you'll need to remove it and test it or stick a new one in.
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    + is top towards SW1, - is the shaded part bottom...

    + is top towards SW1, - is the shaded part bottom towards gold fingers
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    Did you get the XUB Boot menu on screen before ?,...

    Did you get the XUB Boot menu on screen before ?, You got the 2 resistor networks RP1 - RP2 in the right way around, Dot towards the top of the card
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    You're not changing the switch settings on the...

    You're not changing the switch settings on the motherboard are you :-)
    On the R4 card:
    Put Jumpers J1 and J2 in compat mode (pins 1 and 2)
    SW1: 1 and 2 = ON, 345678 = OFF
    SW2: 1 = ON, 234 = OFF,...
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    On Modem7's site:...

    On Modem7's site: http://minuszerodegrees.net/xtide/rev_4/XT-IDE%20Rev%204%20-%20general.htm
  12. Have you seen this thread...

    Have you seen this thread http://www.vcfed.org/forum/showthread.php?61275-Toshiba-T-Series-external-5-25-floppy-drive , See the link in post #3, check your cable.
  13. Thread: ISA USB board

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    Try it in a more modern PC, 486 - early pentium,...

    Try it in a more modern PC, 486 - early pentium, Somebody had one of those working but i can't remember who it was, There are threads on this forum somewhere, I think the flash drive had to be...
  14. Very carefully :-) If the legs are bent i...

    Very carefully :-)

    If the legs are bent i generally use a IC socket - Long nose pliers and or hollow needle, Get the legs aligned so they fit the socket perfectly, Place the IC in the socket in...
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    Also Have you checked components in the secondary...

    Also Have you checked components in the secondary side of the PSU, Capacitors / diodes etc
  16. Very nice :-) Pretty much the same as mine, The...

    Very nice :-) Pretty much the same as mine, The original owner took very good care of it, I'm the second owner and hardly a mark on it, Mine has the IBM memory expansion cards taking it up to 640k, I...
  17. Lots on ebay, search for 80mm pc case fan,...

    Lots on ebay, search for 80mm pc case fan, Cheaper than buying a AC powered PAPST or the likes.
  18. These old fans are past their expected life span,...

    These old fans are past their expected life span, Some were noisy even when new, I would fit a 12V DC fan in it, Get a decent one and it should last for years, Have you got any PC case fans laying...
  19. Why don't you just swap PSU's ? The first PSU...

    Why don't you just swap PSU's ?

    The first PSU in the Pics you posted is a 130W 5160 PSU, Easy enough to check if the fan is getting power, Set your DMM to AC range highest setting and probe the 2...
  20. Does the fan blades turn easily by finger, A good...

    Does the fan blades turn easily by finger, A good pic of the inside of the psu would be useful, Who's the manufacture of the PSU.
  21. Overheating, Could be a dead fan or seized fan or...

    Overheating, Could be a dead fan or seized fan or power issue, Is it an AC or DC fan, Have you checked all output voltages under load, You'll need to open the PSU and investigate.
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    I think i paid about 12 for mine, But it is in a...

    I think i paid about 12 for mine, But it is in a nice black case, I'm glad i bought it though, Just got to interpret what's on the screen sometimes, IE: when inserting Shorted / Bad components.
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    Probably the Peak electronics ESR70 or the Bob...

    Probably the Peak electronics ESR70 or the Bob Parker Blue ESR meter, I don't own either but have read excellent reviews on both, I have a cheap Chinesium component tester, It's certainly not the...
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    I suspect some in that list are probably fakes,...

    I suspect some in that list are probably fakes, It doesn't make sense for a big brand manufacture to do it, From what i remember one could buy block's of VID's or just one VID from some members,...
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    It's a big can of worms, 13fe is indeed...

    It's a big can of worms, 13fe is indeed Kingston's VID, Have you seen this page http://usbspeed.nirsoft.net/?o=4&vid=5118&pid=21760, PID: 5500 seem's to be a Hauppauge PID also.
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