I/O chip for Bally Astrocade?
ragooman at comcast.net
Tue Oct 20 05:57:57 CDT 2009
Josh Dersch wrote:
> Ok, so it's stretching the definition of "computer" but it _does_ have
> a BASIC programming cartridge and it IS classic (1978) so I think it
> qualifies... Got me a Bally Astrocade that appears to have a dead I/O
> chip. From the service manual, this is a custom chip listed as PN
> "0066-117XX-XXYX"... I figure it's a long shot, but anyone out there
> have spare parts for these? I figure if anyone knows, they're on this
> list :).
check the part number on the chip itself, not the manual
Sometimes it might have a OEM part# --Motorola did that often back
then-- so it still can be a common component.
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