Re: Lisa repair resource?

From: Ray Arachelian <ray_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 11:22:18 -0400

Peter wrote:
> I'll second that request. I would happily pay someone to work on my
> Lisa's.
Most of us are hobbyists, so while some of us might be able to repair and fix some Lisa problems, there just aren't enough spare parts to fix everything, and you'd need to find someone who does electronic repairs for a living. Even then, some of the Lisa parts are very difficult to replace.

Additionally, Lisa's are about ~50LBS/22KG, and that's going to be very expensive to ship.

Your best bet is to find a TV/radio repair store and print out the schematics and see if they'd be willing to try a repair.

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