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Remgotya 
Repairing an old Amiga 2000 (Rev 4.5)
Posted on 30-Jun-2020 21:53:34
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Howdy everyone. First post - new to the Amiga community.
Im a hobby tinkerer and I picked up an old Amiga 2000 as a repair project.

I have a lot of cleaning to do before I even turn it on,
And I had spent a lot of time reading about the issues I may come accords (the batter corrosion for example).


After pulling the main-board out - flipped it over - I see a circuit trace that is partially lifted from the board and is exposed copper.

Now before I repair this I was curious what caused it, and was optimistic someone in the Amiga community might have came across it before.





Additionally I have what appears to be a popped capacitor? Not sure if it is really a capacitor or something else...





Any idea of what type of part this is, and what I could use to replace it?


Thank you amigos!

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cc3d 
Re: Repairing an old Amiga 2000 (Rev 4.5)
Posted on 2-Jul-2020 2:09:45
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@Remgotya

time to get familiar with the schematics. Appear to be 0.1uF caps, but I am not the expert.

http://www.devili.iki.fi/mirrors/4x4.hopto.org/

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Remgotya 
Re: Repairing an old Amiga 2000 (Rev 4.5)
Posted on 3-Jul-2020 16:02:26
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@cc3d

Thank you for some direction on this. what a great resource you posted.
Appreciated!

I'll update this thread if I get this ol amiga going!

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