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Old 03 April 2021, 17:43   #1
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Defective A1000 keyboard cpu

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My A1000 keyboard has a 6500 keyboard cpu, that has died. Is it is possible to use one of the newer versions, like the 6570, as a direct replacement?
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There are a couple pins that are different. Ive bought a socket and using bodge wires swapped the two pins. Its a bit tall but the keyboard goes back together.

Aah ok here is the website I used which has a side by side comparison on the pinouts: https://www.amiga-stuff.com/hardware/6500_1.html
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There are a couple pins that are different. Ive bought a socket and using bodge wires swapped the two pins. Its a bit tall but the keyboard goes back together.

Aah ok here is the website I used which has a side by side comparison on the pinouts: https://www.amiga-stuff.com/hardware/6500_1.html

Thanks .
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