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So these Two Apple II's have Exchanged Parts.. I had an Un-Enhanced Apple ][e with a Damaged Case, and Keyboard attached to the Lower Pan, and an Enhanced Apple //e, with a Damaged AUX Slot and the Keyboard attached to the Upper Case. I couldn't take the Case off the Enhanced //e, and place it on the Un-Enhanced ][e, because there was no way to attach a Keyboard to the Enhanced //e. I also figured I didn't need to have an Enhanced //e for simple Card Testing, so I would move the Enhanced ROMs and 65C02 over to another Apple ][e and swap its chips into the Enhanced //e. So I did Multiple Swaps. The Apple Factory Enhanced //e was downgraded to an Un-Enhanced ][e, and its Enhanced Chips were placed into the Un-Enhanced ][e. Then the Two Motherboards were Swapped, so the Enhanced //e Motherboard was placed into the Un-Enhanced Apple ][e's case, with the Un-Enhanced ROMs and CPU and the Un-Enhanced ][e Motherboard was placed into the Enhanced Apple //e's case, with the the Enhanced ROM's and CPU. I have the Apple ][e Color monitor on both of them.
This is one of my two Apple //e's I have set up on a permanent basis. It is one of the late 1984, early 1985 Apple ][e's with the Darker Key Color and Black Letters, and Non-Enhanced. It suffered shipping damage being delivered to me. So I thought I would use it for a "Smoke" Test Machine, open without the case, especially since the Keyboard is connected to the Lower Pan, rather than the Upper Case.. But I came up with a better Idea, when another Enhanced Apple //e came my way, that had its own problems.
This is my "Smoke" Test Machine. It sits just to the left of my Main Apple //e. Right now it has a Mockingboard in Slot #4, I just won it in an eBay Auction ( Sorry in Advance if I bid against you ). The Mockingboard works great, but had no Speaker Cable or Speakers ( I am using the Two 8 Ohm speakers from my Two Echo ][ Boards ), and the Left Chanel Volume resister is broken, so it has to be Taped On to work.. This machine had a Damaged 64K 80 Column board, Alkaline Battery Acid dripped down on the the Board and Slot. So the Aux Slot won't work any more.. I might be able to clean it up at some point... But for now it is "stuck" at 64K. It was built Later than 1985, so it has the Darker Key Color and Black Letters, and was Factory Enhanced. So I thought I would use it for a "Smoke" Test Machine, instead of the Broken Case Apple ][e, but the Keyboard is connected to the Upper Case..