PDP 11 Hacking: GOT IT WORKING!!!

From: Jerome H. Fine <jhfinexgs2_at_compsys.to>
Date: Wed Feb 9 18:32:58 2005

>Vintage Computer Festival wrote:

>>On Wed, 9 Feb 2005, Gooijen H wrote:
>>Probably the drive belt at the bottom that fell off, broken or
>>removed because it was needed on an other drive ...
>Oh yeah! I didn't even think of that.
Jerome Fine replies:

A DEC RX02 has a drive belt for each drive. I don't know
how the DSD drive works.

Other question:

(a) Which memory are you using?

(b) Does the DSD drive work as well?

(c) How do you clean the heads on an RX02 drive?

Sincerely yours,

Jerome Fine
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