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Old 20 December 2004, 13:56   #6
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If necessary, You could always try piggybacking. Cut the leg that supplies power to the current chip, then solder a new one directly ontop to the old one and then flying lead to the power. Saves removing the chip and possibly causing more damage.

You can get Paula's for $12 dollars (~£7) from Centsible

NOTE: Despite Centsible saying that they are ECS only I am sure they are compatible the A1200 (But they are DIP rather than SMT, you sure the Paula in your A1200 is SMT?)

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