This was done for an A1200 in a tower. Usually, you would also replace the SIMM socket with a laydown one so the case can be closed up and the trapdoor cover replaced. In the 1240 configuration that isn’t possible. This is now a much faster and usable card!
This CD32 had a bad trace on the power switch line. A quick repair took care of that. While it was on the repair bench I took advantage of the time to remove the caps and clean it up for a proper recap.
Here is the finished results! Spellbound!
I have run out of all the current stock to build these adapters. I have some boards being produced and expect them to ship and be ready in about three weeks. Once they come in I will post again when ready to take more orders of them. Thank you for the understanding. Prices will be $35 for US shipped and $40 for International.
JUST GOT SHIPPING NOTICE! Once they come in I will build and test. If all good I will start taking orders again on the forums. Stay tuned folks!
Bent pins on this IDE header requires a replacement. Here is that process while doing a recap.
Here is a nice example of the pads cleaned and ready for new caps. This is the current board I’m working on for a customer and an example of how I prepare for a recap.
Assembly of the Amiga 2000 CPU slot adapter for the Vampire 500V2 in progress.