Started by Shining, 00:45, 13 January 15
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Quote from: Bryce on 15:04, 24 October 16 No. 1 was a relatively easy fix: Remove old belt gunk, re-solder a few dry joints, calibrate rpms and re-align head. Now fully and reliably working again.
Quote from: CanonMan on 16:30, 24 October 16I hope you don't mind me asking, but what tools/procedure do you use to realign the head?I had a couple of drives that had all the other bits you mention done to them, but they were still not reading reliably. Maybe I should dig them out (if I haven't already binned them!) and have another look at them.
Quote from: Bryce on 17:22, 24 October 16All drive repairs are done with an oscilloscope, a screwdriver, the DSKTest software, "tongue at the right angle" and lots of experience.I really hope you haven't dumped good drives because of a badly aligned head!Bryce.
Quote from: CanonMan on 18:42, 24 October 16Do you have the proper alignment disk? That's the only thing that's holding me back, I've got a scope and all the other bits!
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