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LadyIsATramp 
Using original parts on ReAmiga
Posted on 22-Dec-2022 11:21:58
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Hi

I have a A2000 rev6 with super bad corrosion damage gifted to me. I also have an A2000 Re-Amiga board.

I have lots of time but wanted to get thoughts on if I should buy new components or de-solder components from the A2000?

New components are around $250 (US) so I could save that and there would still be something original. On the flip side I don't know if the components will survive the migration.

Can I please get thoughts or experience with this?

Thank you

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duga 
Re: Using original parts on ReAmiga
Posted on 22-Dec-2022 11:39:30
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@LadyIsATramp

Reuse original chipset, oscillator and DB23 ports. That’s about it.

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LadyIsATramp 
Re: Using original parts on ReAmiga
Posted on 22-Dec-2022 12:09:05
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@duga

Thanks for responding. Sorry mate, I have to ask though, why you gave that answer?

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Wol 
Re: Using original parts on ReAmiga
Posted on 22-Dec-2022 18:09:28
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@LadyIsATramp

Also re-use the 200pin Zorro connectors (Really difficult to obtain now.)
and maybe the in line fuses on the I/O pins.

Do not use the existing Capacitors, always use new; they will have degraded.

Get new passives, (resistors , logic glue chips etc) not worth the hassle of ripping them out.

Wol.

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LadyIsATramp 
Re: Using original parts on ReAmiga
Posted on 22-Dec-2022 21:24:05
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@Wol

Thanks mate

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