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    I'm in the same boat as ngtwolf. $70 or so for...

    I'm in the same boat as ngtwolf. $70 or so for more internet than I need, free VoIP with Google and an Obi200 (also have a now useless Obi100). I don't pay for movie or whatever services online...
  2. I don't have schematics. I rarely do for most...

    I don't have schematics. I rarely do for most things I get stuck working on. :)
  3. That's a rather fancy version of a monitor which...

    That's a rather fancy version of a monitor which I have several more plain models of. They are rather nice monitors which seem to be Asian (don't recall if they were Taiwanese or Korean) TVs without...
  4. Wow! They had that before the Apple ][! ...

    Wow! They had that before the Apple ][! Loooooong before.
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    I fried an A2000 ROM stupidly plugging it in...

    I fried an A2000 ROM stupidly plugging it in backwards. I really know better. A2000s notoriously have that chip the opposite direction from what looks normal.
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    WD-40 is a terrible penetrating oil. It is a...

    WD-40 is a terrible penetrating oil. It is a halfway decent lubricant and a great rust inhibitor. It's not really appropriate as a lubricant in something that you don't want to have to re-lubricate...
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    I wonder if it has a loose/dirty one of those...

    I wonder if it has a loose/dirty one of those conductive strips under it.
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    I think you mean, "Voila!" :)

    I think you mean, "Voila!" :)
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    You might want to inquire about Bill Mensch, too.

    You might want to inquire about Bill Mensch, too.
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    Strictly speaking, zero page isn't required at...

    Strictly speaking, zero page isn't required at all for a 6502, but stack ($100 page) is. However, zero page is typically important for the kind of ROM programs this type of computer comes with.
  11. I don't know... I've been using it in my entire...

    I don't know... I've been using it in my entire residence for almost 20 years now and the problems I've had are minor. SCRs that die and 4-button RF wall switches that lose their programming...
  12. Yes. At least twice the price of equivalent X10...

    Yes. At least twice the price of equivalent X10 branded modules. But if the specs are correct, they were well worth the cost. Much more versatility than, yet full compatibility with, the X10...
  13. I *think* you can get Leviton branded X10 modules...

    I *think* you can get Leviton branded X10 modules that are two-way. I seem to remember programming for them.
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    At least you're lucky enough to have the 5V...

    At least you're lucky enough to have the 5V memory board. Unfortunately I can't help with the repair. Mine is in exactly the same state and I just don't have time to do anything with it.

    I do...
  15. Oddly I got an email from X10.com (the really...

    Oddly I got an email from X10.com (the really shady website that's legitimately associated with the real manufacturer (IP holder?) just today telling that you can now control X10 from your...
  16. The CM11A controller is RS232 and works on any...

    The CM11A controller is RS232 and works on any machine with RS232. There are newer modules that work with modern "PCs" over USB.

    The parts you are selling will work with, but don't require a...
  17. Huh? Are we discussing Castle Wolfenstein, or...

    Huh? Are we discussing Castle Wolfenstein, or Wolfenstein 3D?

    I haven't played Castle Wolfenstein on a PC, but on Commodore and Apple machines, it's reasonably difficult. I can see where it...
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    The only time I ("summarise"?) replace condensers...

    The only time I ("summarise"?) replace condensers without specifically testing them is when there are a large number of large electrolytics in something that I already know has multiple bad ones.
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  19. When I started to do this (can't seem to get time...

    When I started to do this (can't seem to get time to finish anything the past few decades), I just wrote an emulator for a processor of my design. It's not unlike the microcode approach to...
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    I must have done this too but don't recall° The...

    I must have done this too but don't recall° The only motherboard I fried was due to me stupidly inserting an ST506 controller with the power on. I'm guessing that reversing those power connectors...
  21. This is an issue with the icon. Either edit the...

    This is an issue with the icon. Either edit the installation icon so it calls the intended installer, or, since you only need it once, just locate it in the requestor that you are getting.
  22. AC powered fans (except inside power supplies)...

    AC powered fans (except inside power supplies) would necessitate better electrical protection. They would also negate the line voltage switching ability.

    I have a few Dell cases that use...
  23. Yeah, I miss those days of free "scrap" metal.

    Yeah, I miss those days of free "scrap" metal.
  24. I don't know why, but most manual engine lathes...

    I don't know why, but most manual engine lathes I've run had rocker posts.

    Clausing, mostly.

    I made my own Sherline clones for the same reason that someone who can afford the time would want to...
  25. Significantly different than cutting many out of...

    Significantly different than cutting many out of a sheet. Cutting one takes more setup. Might be around $200-300 if you supply the material, ˝" cast iron, say. I'd have to get a real quote for...
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