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    Posted the thread MV-1C backup ram error.

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    My MV-1C suddenly boots with this error,arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…f67e3cbee569979dcd314d024 Any idea what this means or what chip I need to replace, if any ? Thanks.
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    Liked twistedsymphony’s post in the thread PCB Repair.

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    My process is generally: 1. boot up the board and verify voltages. identify what it's doing wrong so you have a base line, try flexing the board slightly, wiggling the edge connector, putting pressure on SMD and socketed chips and see if any of these…
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    Liked TheDeath’s post in the thread PCB Repair.

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    Other tips might be usefull, as they were for me: Get a copy of "ON SEMICONDUCTOR TTL data book". This is like bread to me, it will help you understand logic of chips, how they works, where to check outputs (mostly), what are gates and so on. it's free…
  • xodaraP -

    Replied to the thread PCB Repair.

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    IC socket common sizes I use a lot and keep regular stock of: 24 pin 0.3" 28 pin 0.3" 28 pin 0.6" 32 pin 40 pin Basic tools: Soldering iron Good leaded solder Multimeter Logic probe Fibreglass pen Hobby knife That should get you started :)