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by phughes
21 Mar 2019, 20:06
Forum: Workshop
Topic: Odd problem with IBM Model F
Replies: 10
Views: 333

Re: Odd problem with IBM Model F

Cheers for the replies guys - it's much appreciated.

I'll take it apart (again) this weekend and take a couple more photos. Great idea about the internal USB conversion. I'd not thought about doing it that way.

Agreed that my soldering isn't the best which doesn't help matters! :lol:
by phughes
14 Mar 2019, 22:31
Forum: Workshop
Topic: Odd problem with IBM Model F
Replies: 10
Views: 333

Re: Odd problem with IBM Model F

Here are a couple more photos. The white stuff on the pcb was some remnants of the old foam which I have now removed.

The other photo is of the Teensy running Soarer's converter and connected to the original cable using a 5-pin din socket.
by phughes
13 Mar 2019, 16:52
Forum: Workshop
Topic: Odd problem with IBM Model F
Replies: 10
Views: 333

Re: Odd problem with IBM Model F

Correction - soldered to the Teensy is a 5-pin socket! The original 5-pin din plug is then plugged into the socket.
by phughes
13 Mar 2019, 16:51
Forum: Workshop
Topic: Odd problem with IBM Model F
Replies: 10
Views: 333

Re: Odd problem with IBM Model F

Thanks for the reply guys! I have the original cable with the 5-pin din. Soldered to the Teensy is a 5-pin din plug, and I have simply plugged them together. I was a bit precious about cutting the cable to solder the wires from the block connector to the Teensy! I will take some closer photos this e...
by phughes
12 Mar 2019, 11:18
Forum: Workshop
Topic: Odd problem with IBM Model F
Replies: 10
Views: 333

Odd problem with IBM Model F

Hello, I hope someone may be able to point me in the right direction with a strange issue I'm experiencing while refurbishing my IBM Model F. I have stripped it down completely, cleaned everything, fitted new foam and re-assembled. I am using a Teensy board running Soarer's Converter and it all work...

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