FD235 floppy jumpers

From: Lawrence LeMay <lemay_at_cs.umn.edu>
Date: Mon Jul 5 16:04:30 1999

> I have a number of older TEAC FD235-HF drives, and no service manual. One
> particularly old one has what I can only describe as a "jumper block", a
> matrix of 4 pins x 7 pins labelled 1,2,3,4 and A,B,C,D,E,F,G. I'd like to
> use this drive in a particular system that wants it set to be drive 0, with
> the disk-changed line active. Anyone know the settings?


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-Lawrence LeMay
Received on Mon Jul 05 1999 - 16:04:30 BST

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