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  1. i'm not sure if this is known even if, i recognized that the site was down until today. but whenever in need for the service manual you can be sure it won't be available online. the online version of the "Intellivision Service Manual (Model 2609)" is located here: http://www.kohtz.com/andrew/intv_sm/index.html the uploader stated that the pictures are from "INTVfunhouse", but i couldn't find them there. however, i downloaded the manual and made a PDF file from it, with the advantage that you can easy read or download it for a offline use: Intellivision Service Manual (Model 2609).pdf since the Schematic Diagram has some additional artefacts from converting/compressing, here the picture which i downloaded:
  2. I just found this youtube series of videos and I think they're quite interesting. It's from an old VHS, so the quality isn't very good, and I noticed a couple of inaccuracies about how the 6532 is wired to the joystick ports, but it's still very useful for someone learning how the VCS works and how to fix the most common problems. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wc6CYLFjKoo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eGJdNxFuXw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rxuD4mxBZU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb6FZ8rB5gU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBHKWYJAPyQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBVjD84nwNU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLYGMrUJado https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvjdP79m4go https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XD1Ci9L1AuM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdh4vt8UEtI
  3. ElectronicSentimentalities http://electronicsentimentalities.com/InstallationServices.html Spectacular...If I had to choose one word to describe both my dealings with and the end results of the service that ElectronicSentimentalities offers, spectacular would be that word. I have had the pleasure of purchasing and currently own the Best 7800 Composite mod system, a 7800 system mod from Yurkie, and now one from ElectronicSentimetalities. Yurkie was dead on the money recommending their service after discontinuing the one he provided. The recommendation meant a lot to me, knowing how satisfied I was and how awesome Yurkie's work was on the 7800, for him to recommend another - I knew it had to be good. I was wrong. It is not good, but excellent. Joe was friendly, fast, and a pleasure to deal with; including shipping my console back way before the expected return date. Further, the price is extremely reasonable. You get S-Video, Composite, and audio out jacks. The composite picture is the clearest I have seen and the S-Video is even more stunning. Being that I own a "CPS 7800 Diagnostic Test Cartridge'', the console was tested, and the color calibration was shown to have been performed perfectly as well. The console was packaged very carefully when sent back including a second box with padding/insulation in addition to the one I utilized sending my system out. Externally, you could not tell (Outside of the new connectors) the system was even touched. In fact, it was wrapped nearly exact the way I shipped it. You're not a DIY console mod person or not very good at it; or just want the ease and convenience of having your 7800 system mod done beautifully and professionally with spectacular results, this would be the place your console needs to go. Highly recommended and highly impressed - Bravo, Joe/ElectronicSentimentalities.
  4. Hello everyone! I recently purchased an XEGS with 4 carts, keyboard, light gun and original PSU, for about US$70 on eBay. Unfortunately, i was DOA (Red Screen of Death), but the seller promptly refunded me and allowed me to keep the item! So, I intend now to try to fix it, being that it is now literally free... By doing some research, I understand that the first suspect for this RSoD is the RAM chip(s). I already ordered a couple of Samsung 64K x 4 RAM chips for a couple of bucks each (same class as the original ones, although I read that the Texas Instruments were more common), but I thought that maybe a field service manual for the XEGS would come very handy on this, and any future, repair. However I've found service manuals for almost any other 8-bit Atari computer but the XE Game System (I found just the owner's manual). So, anyone have a PDF dump of those that could kindly share?
  5. A quick search didn't turn this up in the forums so thought I would post it here. Apologies if I missed it. http://www.atariguide.com/pdfs/Atari_2600_VCS_Domestic_Field_Service_Manual.pdf I've also attached a PDF copy. Wish I had the diagnostic cart to go with it but there is still a lot of useful information. Atari_2600_VCS_Domestic_Field_Service_Manual.pdf
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