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Started by OCT, 09:36, 30 March 10
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QuoteIf you can find some old 720K drives by TEAC, you will find a jumper that actually forces a double-step the drive. It appears that they used a common stepper and electronics between 40 and 80 track drives (at least the ones I had in the mid 80s), and the technology was carried forward.
Quote from: Cholo on 19:21, 03 April 10here is one where i marked R15 and R19:http://img297.imageshack.us/img297/6861/fd5503.jpgI noticed that we have the same jumpers set, except i see that you have RY and DC connected.
Quote from: Cholo on 21:34, 05 April 10Im guessing its a quite different setup on my drive as i can see that R19 is Green-Green-Red and R15 is Light brown-gray(dark brown/black)-Black i think.Noticed someone selling another Teac FD-55GFR 142-U
Quote from: OCT on 22:13, 05 April 10...or maybe at http://www.robotrontechnik.de/html/forum/thwb/board.php?boardid=1 as remakes for both the drives (K5601/CM5643) and the CPC itself (KC compact) had been produced in East Germany.
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