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This is the sixth part of the repair and restoration of a Commodore Pet 4032, you might want to start at Part 1. The story so far, the 8032 board is mainly fixed. I'm still using the ROM and ROM replacement plug in board for the RAM only. I'm still working on the RAM, even will a full set of known working RAM it's still failing, so I'm leaving that for the moment.
1) It was a 4032, so I would like it to be reborn as a 4032
finally fix the RAM.
Update: I have now removed the five chips (UB6-8, UC6-7) that wouldn't be fitted in a 4032 and made the mod permanent.