TI Silent 700 model 733 manual
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Fri Jun 5 15:55:32 CDT 2009
> I also have a 733 without cassette drives (is that a different model #)?
> It would be nice to have access to the service manual for it. It's been i=
> an attic for about 10 yrs but I plan to bring it back to life real soon.
I'll certainly take a look at the service manual if it ends up on
Bitsavers or somewhere similar.
I haev 2 of these terminals... At a radio rally nearly 20 years ago I
bought a KSR version (no tape drives). The seller had 4 old printers, he
started off trying to sell them for a farly high price (\pounds 10.00
each or something), by the end of the take he too \pounds 5.00 for all 4.
The one I particularly wanted was the Teletpye KSR43, the others with the
TI 733 and a couple of Cnetronics printes (brand, not (just) interface)
with a strange carriage feed mechanism. At the same rally, from another
seller I bought the dual tape drive unit. I didn't realise it would go on
the TI terminal until I got it home, saw the TI logo all over the tape
drive parts, and relaised the 'feet' would fit on top of the terminal if
I remvoed a couple of cover plates. What I didn't have was the cable to
link them. Oh, the tape unt is missing the outer cover but otherwise
seems to be complete/
Anyway, about 10 years later a friend of mine had the ASR model, complete
with covers and cable. I asked if I could 'buzz out' the cable and he
gave me the complete device.
So I have one complete ASR model, a KSR one, and the working bits of a
> Oh-- it has a 300 baud acoustic coupler on the side too :-)
I don't have that.
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