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Recommendations for Defender repair?

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Anonymous
April 30, 2005 10:01:30 AM

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Does anyone refer me to a dependable Defender repair person? I don't
want to send my pcb to just anyone.

Symptoms: I get "dashes" going rapidly across the screen horizontally
like I am getting no sync signal. I tried a different chassis, no
change. Since I can't see the screen, I can't tell what the game is
stuck on. The leds flash once, then 2&4 (I don't know how they are
numbered, L-R or R-L) stay lit. Pushing advance doesn't seem to do
much, either manual up or down. I have installed a new set of red
roms. All voltages seem good at the pcb connector.

Thanks for any suggestions.
jim
April 30, 2005 3:29:12 PM

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Andre's your man. rhombus2 AT hotmail DOT com

tim (NH)

"jimmyjet" <jimvisser@kentisd.org> wrote in message
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> Does anyone refer me to a dependable Defender repair person? I don't
> want to send my pcb to just anyone.
>
> Symptoms: I get "dashes" going rapidly across the screen horizontally
> like I am getting no sync signal. I tried a different chassis, no
> change. Since I can't see the screen, I can't tell what the game is
> stuck on. The leds flash once, then 2&4 (I don't know how they are
> numbered, L-R or R-L) stay lit. Pushing advance doesn't seem to do
> much, either manual up or down. I have installed a new set of red
> roms. All voltages seem good at the pcb connector.
>
> Thanks for any suggestions.
> jim
>
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