[11/34A] ARRRRGH!! <sound of head banging on wall>

From: Daniel A. Seagraves <dseagrav_at_bsdserver.tek-star.net>
Date: Thu Nov 13 16:11:49 1997

On Thu, 13 Nov 1997, Tony Duell wrote:

> The individual subslots (6 to a slot here) are lettered, with A nearest
> the PSU and F nearest the front panel in this machine. If you pull a
> card, set it down component side up, edge fingers towards you, then A is
> on the right, F on the left


> The pins in the slot are also lettered, using DEC's alphabet which avoids
> characters that could be confused. Starting at the back (PSU side), they
> are called : A B C D E F H J K L M N P R S T U V.


> The sides of the board are numbered. Side 1 is the component side, Side 2
> is the solder side.
> Now, you want to cut the jumper between CA1 and CB1 (the 2 pins are on the
> same connector). So, that's on the 3rd connector from the PSU (2 between
> it and the PSU, 3 between it and the front panel), the rearmost (closest
> to the PSU) 2 pins on the component side of the board.

> Can you find it from that description?

Uhh... That's what I already cut.
Looks like something WORSE is screwed up...

> Just one quick thing. Pull the UDA50 cards. Check that (a) one of the
> cards (I think it's the one without the disk cable) has traces from those
> 2 pins going into the logic and (b) the other card has these 2 pins
> shorted together.

The board with the drive connector has them shorted, and the one without
the cable has them going off into the logic.
Received on Thu Nov 13 1997 - 16:11:49 GMT

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