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This is the seventh part of the repair and restoration of a Commodore Pet 4032, you might want to start way back at Part 1. The story so far, the 8032 board has been converted to a 4032 and most of the issues are now fixed, however I am still using the ROM and ROM replacement plug in board to replace the RAM. I now need to fix on the onboard RAM, so it can run on it's own.
keyboard needs a bit of a clean.