I've been reading this thread here and there and I'm sure I've missed some of
the finer details
So, my question is simple. The logic board failure. Is it due to the
microprocessor failure or the
entire pcb? If it's the actual uP, then that's one problem that going to be
very hard to solve other
than having a second rig for parts.
but if it's the failure of the pcb, then one could be manufactured and
Since I don't have one to compare, and unless there are specialized components
transformer or coils, it doesn't seem to be a insurmountable problem.
Provided that the uP is not the problem.
someone, steer me in the right direction
SunLight Energy Systems
The Heathkit Shop
J e e p
"If you can't explain it simply then you don't understand it well enough"
On Jan 17, 2011, at 4:30 PM, jack b friend wrote:
> an extra rig of the sort one likes to use is surely a comfort, even if
> expensive. I like the idea of having a spare just in case. you can see that
> at QRZ when you search on AK7O.
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