From: Eric Shapiro <Eric.Shapiro_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Mon, 08 Nov 2004 19:21:59 -0800

If you find a place that will fix Lisa power supplies, can you post it back here on the list?

Also, I will loan out a working 1.8 amp power supply, if needed, so that the fix-it people can have a working model to use as an example.

And lastly, if someone knows where the schematics are for the 1.8 amp, please post that here as well.

(p.s. I'm looking for the front case from a Lisa 1, or just the Lisa logo plate. My logo plate fell off and is lost.)

On 11/2/04 1:18 PM, "James MacPhail" <uo957_at_email.domain.hidden> wrote:


>> Any pointers on places to get hold of a spare PSU gratefully received !

> The power supplies are repairable by someone familiar with switching power
> supplies and the ablity to figure out substitutes for long-unavailable
> parts.
> Someone that fixes older televisions might be a good place to start.
> Schematics are on the internet.
> HTH,
> James
> James MacPhail "Think not of engineering as art,
> uo957_at_email.domain.hidden but of art as engineering"
> Sigma Seven Systems Ltd.
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