Re: Looking for a LISA

From: David R. B. Kraemer <davidk_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Fri, 06 Apr 2001 08:31:03 -0400


I'll offer you $125 (plus shipping) for your dead Lisa. You can probably get up to $300 for it on eBay, if you want to bother, and take the chance-- eBay always involves some risk.

Good luck for a quick sale (or a fix!).


> From: William Wians <wwians_at_email.domain.hidden>
> Barry (or other interested parties):
> I have a Lisa/MacXL that I no longer use. It includes original keyboard,
> mouse, 5 meg ProFile, and both Lisa Office and Mac emulation software, plus
> documentation. It does not, however, turn on properly. When I press the
> power button, I do not get the welcome screen. I read in a DeadMac book
> that the problem may be a small capacitor rather than something more
> serious, but I do not know and haven't taken the trouble to find out. If
> you or anyone else is interested, let me know. I would at this point be
> willing to sell.
> Bill Wians

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