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This is the ninth part of the repair and restoration of a Commodore Pet 4032. This is where it is all coming together. To recap from way back in Part 1, this early 1980's Commodore Pet 4032-32N computer has not been a Commodore Pet for probably 20 years.
Part 2. This was partly from an 8032-SK, with the bracket from an 8250.
3, 4, 5 and 7. It was originally an 80 column board, but was converted to 40 column to match what would originally have been fitted, back in part 6.
monitor, but it needs a bit of a clean first.