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By Repair-Bas

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03-02-2009, 18:33

It is grown up now.
32 articles how to repair, extend or modify your MSX hardware.
Lost of pictures!!!

It is only in Dutch now, but the English version is coming soon.

All articles are possible with the electronics that are avaible now, so no special prints or ultra-rare parts needed

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By PereGR

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03-02-2009, 21:22

nice! LOL!

By Repair-Bas

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23-02-2009, 21:35

again more articles, now almost 40

By W76NearDark

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23-02-2009, 23:05

In the article which describes the disc drive replacement of the Sony HB-F1XD(J) photos from the article of the Philips NMS8245 disc drive replacement are used. Is this correct? Further articles look very good and what a nice Philips monitors!

Thanx again Smile

By Repair-Bas

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19-04-2009, 19:27

A lot of new articles again:

- how to repare a single sided diskdrive
- How to modify a double sided diskdrive
- 128 kB for the sanyo Wavy
- new diskdrive in the Sanyo Wavy
- Sanyo Wavy changed to 230 Volt
- How to repare a RGB-monitor
- Soundfix for the Philips extended with the 8280
- How to repare a Toshiba HX-10
- New diskdrive in the Sony HBD-30W

By Pentarou

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19-04-2009, 19:42

- Sanyo Wavy changed to 230 Volt

That's all that is needed? Just the fuse and the big capacitor?
Wouldn't be a problem if the primary transformed insulation is not rated for 230v?

And why you put a smaller capacitor (47uF) in place of the 330uF?

By karloch

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20-04-2009, 14:34

Nice articles!

By edoz

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20-04-2009, 14:47

Cool ! Verry welcome i think! LOL!

By Bastiaan

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20-04-2009, 15:44

great articles, good informative photos.

2 tips:

describe/order the articles differently:

use some standard name system: brand/ model/ fix (e.g. Philips NMS 8220: 128 kB RAM)
and order by brand (/ model) for better overview.

(tip 2: looking with my web-developer glasses on Cool : stop using frontpage, try Microsoft Visual Web Developer; it generates better, cross-browser, code that complies to the international webstandards)

By djh1697

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12-01-2015, 01:05

Has the website gone ?

By xperroni

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12-01-2015, 06:02


Has the website gone ?

It seems so, but maybe you can find what you're looking for here:

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