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Thursday, 11 September 2014
Commodore Pet Repair Part 11 - Finished
The Commodore Pet 4032-32N is now complete again, for the first time in about 20 years. It's taken about a month to get this far, but I think it's been worth it. The full story starts in
I've always liked the distinct 'Commodore Pet' shape, it looks rather smart now it's all cleaned up and working.
I've left the badge off for the moment, I think I'll try and make something like the standard 4032 one, since the original one is damaged.
Inside, the new parts are as close as I could get to the originals, which I didn't have.
Most of the parts are dated 1982 or 1983. The replacement board is a 'Universal' 40/80 column one this would probably have started off with the fixed 40 column board.
I do, however, have the original datassette drives from this Pet,
more on those later
For the moment, I've been using a standard Commodore 64 one
So there it is,
Commodore Pet 4032-32N serial number WG 0018 lives again.
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