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Old 20 June 2013, 12:01   #21
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Mine turned up as promised from AmigaKit once they received them - great service again, and a cracking piece of kit! Kudos to Jens and the team at AmigaKit.
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Old 23 June 2013, 03:15   #22
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What is the A600-type 30 pin part number?

It is 39-53-2305

like this -

http://uk.farnell.com/jsp/search/pro...sp?SKU=1392545

Better late than never.

@Mrs Beanbag, if you still want to connect to these sockets but can't get the cable, a 1mm thick PCB will fit, as in the elbox pckey adaptors. The data sheet at the above farnell link has the contact layout for the FCC cable which you can copy to a PCB.

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Old 24 July 2013, 19:16   #23
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Excellent thanks, this will allow me to desolder the ones on A600 motherboards, replace the caps behind and solder new ones back on! Was looking for this part for a while!
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You can do that anyway with a fine tip =) just remove the clip that secures the keyboard cable from the motherboard connector first (open it all the way, push slighly on one side and it pops out. You see it if you look close).

Then you have plenty of space to desolder the caps without removing the connector =)
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You can do that anyway with a fine tip =) just remove the clip that secures the keyboard cable from the motherboard connector first (open it all the way, push slighly on one side and it pops out. You see it if you look close).

Then you have plenty of space to desolder the caps without removing the connector =)
I can't do that, I always end up touching the damn plastic connector, melting it, stinking the place up and cursing Commodore for putting the caps there. So I just remove it altogether.

To stay on topic, the new Keyrah is fantastic in that it could be used to run UAE on Raspberry PI, place it inside the A600 case, and use the A600 keyboard to control it.
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