Repair or Replace? [Was: Repairing Timex]

From: William Donzelli <>
Date: Mon Jul 17 15:52:52 2000

> For example, in my area, Commodore 64s are extremely common. So if I
> received a bad one, after checking for obvious faults I probably wouldn't
> spend much time trying to troubleshoot it. It's easier to just find a
> working one. The bad machine would either become a static display, or a
> parts donor, or a very low priority rainy day project.

I would agree with you here - if I were collecting Commodores, I would
likey crack the thing open and pull out some of the more interesting
chips. The rest gets recycled.
William Donzelli
Received on Mon Jul 17 2000 - 15:52:52 BST

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