Taking apart Lisa - cleaning

From: Chris Riedl <zap_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Tue, 1 Nov 2005 17:30:01 -0500


      After quite a bit of waiting, my Lisa has arrived! I am currently in the process of dismantling everything in order to clean it up, as it looks like the outer casing was dirty wherever it had been kept at some point. I was curious how the top, sides, and bottom casing pieces are removed so that I can clean them.

    Additionally, I was curious if anyone on-list knew what style of power cord came with Lisa, as well as the number of tabs included with the keyboard. I'm attempting to make sure everything is here.

    Finally, has anyone had contact with the gentleman who designed the IDEFile hard drive? I sent him email a while back, but never received a response.


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