Re: Keyboard repair

From: Highcountryrider <highcountryrider_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2007 10:47:52 -0700

You bet. I hope folks find it useful. Too bad it's so large, but it wouldn't compress and I think the photos are important.

When I get a chance I'll add the foil/tape trick to the document. I was lucky; all my disks were useable.

Do you think a power supply repair document might be helpful?

Bill Vogel

"When you speak, keep your words sweet; you may never know when you will have to eat them." - Author Unknown

On Jul 31, 2007, at 9:50 AM, Ray Arachelian wrote:

Very nice document. May I add it to LisaFAQ or at least a link to it from LisaFAQ, once the server comes back up? :-)

(Side note, * are down because the server finally gave up the ghost. I'm rebuilding another machine to replace it now, will probably be ready by Monday.)

One thing, is that the mylar disks can be replaced by aluminum foil disks, *but* they must be covered in tape. i.e. scotch tape on both sides to prevent them from shorting the traces on the keyboard. This is necessary some times when the mylar disks are badly damaged. When this happens, you'll see the silverish coating on them disappear and they'll look dotted or splotched.

On 7/30/07, 2/5 <highcountryrider_at_email.domain.hidden> wrote:

I have successfully rebuilt my Lisa keyboard and documented the process at:

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