PSU is brand new toodhedberg wrote:I'm no expert, but I'd try a different PSU.
exxos wrote:NVRAM ?
exxos wrote:Replace it if its never been done.
exxos wrote:Hopefully it will solve it, its the only thing I can think which would give that fault you have.
Atari030 wrote:I had a machine a while ago that did that, it was the silliest thing. The cap in the reset circuit. Might not be the problem but it can't hurt to replace it.
Tried power supply from other machine, no change to outcome.exxos wrote:You could try swapping the PSU over if you have a spare falcon, I know those CF cards are very fickle with needing a good stable voltage.
As for the fitting of the NVRAM, I soldered mine direct into the board. I know people have fitted sockets, but not sure what the outcome was. and yes that pin is a bugger I think it was the GND pin, or at least something with a huge copper area. I ended up using 2 soldering irons to get the pin out!
catmando wrote:Looks like a 22uf 16v
What name are they given when the storks are at either end? Can only see the dual stork ended type on eBay.
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