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Re: CTM 644 problem
« Reply #25 on: 07:49, 28 August 16 »
Hi YuT666,

There is a nice picture here that shows the main PCB in the CTM 644.
The fuse is pretty much in the middle of the board when looking top to bottom and towards the left hand side.

http://bilgisayarlarim.com/Amstrad/CTM644-2/CTM644-2_09.jpg

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Re: CTM 644 problem
« Reply #26 on: 10:50, 28 August 16 »
Great, thanks. I'll check it soon. A last question. There's a SW401 switch on the pcb ... but for what exactly?

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Re: CTM 644 problem
« Reply #27 on: 11:26, 28 August 16 »
@YuT666

Its a "Service"  /  "Normal" Switch Please leave in the "Normal" Position

It is referred to in the service manual (9001001) SW 401.
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Re: CTM 644 problem
« Reply #28 on: 14:10, 28 August 16 »
Thanks ...

Strange. As i opened the case, the switich was in the "SER" position ...