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  1. Fairchild Channel F Collection Serial #: (319955) Console in excellent condition. Outer cardboard box has a bit of wear and damage but the unit has been kept in plastic for many years. The paperwork, registration card, and original pamphlet are all in excellent shape. The collection includes almost every game made for the system... Videocart-1 through Videocart 26. The only three that are missing are 16, 19 and 20. All games have original boxes and original manuals. I know the values rather well I am just curious if anyone here might want to make a serious offer. P
  2. Hi! recently I got a Fairchild Channel F in working state, but in a oversight I connected the power supply to 220v instead 110v! The PS was burned, so I opened the console to remove and replace the dead PS; but I am aware of the voltages used. Someone could help me with this issue? The power supply internal connector has three wires (Red, White, Red). Thank you very much! Alejandro
  3. Hello All. I apologize in advance if this has been covered, or if I put this in the wrong forum. I recently purchased a Fairchild Channel F (so recent, it has not arrived yet). The previous owner has disassembled the unit, lost the screws, and is now sending it to me in pieces. I've been rebuilding/cleaning retro consoles for some time now as a hobby. I've found plenty of service information for 2600, Intellivision, Nintendo, to name a few...but the Channel F, the original 1976 model, relatively nothing. Not even a parts list. I've scoured this forum and the interwebz at large, but to no avail (a poorly made service manual and schematics for the system board/psu). This is literally the first time I've felt a need to post a topic. The reason for starting this topic? A single, aggregated, source for parts list information that the community can contribute to. Specifically I need screw sizes (length, preferably thread size as well) but any contribution will be helpful to someone eventually. Example: Ever source replacement cord for the controller? Add it here! Replace a switch/button? Type and kind (classification) will be very welcomed! What I can aggregate for now: VES Wiki (good schematics, and programming info): http://channelf.se/veswiki/index.php?title=Main_Page Schematics (locally sourced): http://atariage.com/forums/topic/111866-fairchild-ves-channel-f-composite-video-mod/?hl=%2Bfairchild+%2Bchannel+%2Bschematic&do=findComment&comment=1437503 Service Manual (of sorts): https://archive.org/details/Fairchild_VES_Service_Manual_1976_Fairchild
  4. I am making a Golf game for the Channel F. After 24 hours, I have a version 4. To hit the ball, make the club head touch the ball and press fire + the direction you want the ball to move. The ball and man can move in 8 different directions. Right now the ball doesn't stop, so once you hit the ball the game freezes except the ball keeps moving. Let me know what you think so far. I've attached the latest binary file for use in MAME/MESS (or if there's another emulator for the Channel F I don't know about.) golf4.bin
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