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-Model: Light 6

-Manufactured: label missing

-SN: label missing

-Reigion: NTSC

-Switches intact: all switches intact

-Date taped on inside: JUL 28, 1979

-Speaker holes?: Yes

EDIT: Picture added.

EDIT: Has channel select switch.

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Sears L6er Taiwan/Dimerco

SN: 26807 T Factory Reconditioned

has ch 2-3 switch, speaker slits and fully operational

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Atari Light Sixer

Manufactured in Taiwan

S.N. 511646

NTSC

 

A/B Channel Select Switch

Speaker Slits

All Switches Intact

Date taped on inside: Sep 9 198? (edge torn off)

 

I replaced two chips. Not the TIA chip.

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Reigion? Unknown

Company: Sears

Speaker slits: Yes

Channel select: yes, A-B hole but no switch

Manufacturing location: Sunnyvale

Serial#: 38119V

Board rev #: B

Factory reconditione: No

 

Notes:

Sticker that says:

STOP-DO NOT ATTEPT GAME REPAIR.

THERE ARE NO USER ADJUSTABLE

PARTS INSIDE. OPENING OF GAME MAY

DAMAGE HIGHLY TECHNICAL DEVICES

INSIDE AND SUCH DAMAGE WOULD NOT

BE COVERED BY THE WARRANTY. (yes, there is a period there)

SERVICING AVAILIBLE AT THE NEAREST

SEARS STORE IN THE U.S.A.

 

Code taped inside: 99 07900008

 

Pics coming soon.

Edited by Jr. Pac

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Mine says "S/N: 13601N".

Made in Sunnyvale, CA.

 

Bought mine at a local Game Xchange store, found it in the Employees Only section, and they told me it was untested and considered non-working.

Took it home and replaced the two controller ports and fixed the color adjustments-- the unit plays perfectly now.

 

I have the speaker grills in my console and the channel select switch.

Edited by Lodmot

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I also forgot to mention mine it NTSC. Sorry for the double-post but the edit button on my first post is missing for some reason.

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Found this bad boy in my apartment building's basement, posted about in the "Rescued!" thread

 

This was dead, mildewy, and full of dirt when I found it, cleaned it up, soldered the power connector back on, and it works wonderfully.

 

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Region: NTSC

Manufacturer: Taiwan: Dimerco

Speaker Slits: Yes

A/B Channel select: Yes, hole and switch (switch is way up in there, reachable with a screwdriver, not a finger)

Serial: 884677-T

Date on inside label: 31, OCT, 1980 HALLOWEEN!

All switches in tact

 

Before:

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After:

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Just resurrected:

 

Woody L6er: Taiwan

SN= 457621

has slits and ch switch.

 

Needed select switch, voltage regulator, resoldered power socket and ribbon wire, and repaired 2 traces+ a short from bad previous repair attempts. :mad:

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Atari

NTSC

Sunnyvale

S/N: 29587 (just the number, no letter at the end)

Speaker slots

Channel select

 

Perfectly functional, and near-pristine cosmetically. The orange trim around the switch console is completely intact, for a change.

 

EDIT: Wow - looks like I might have one of the oldest light-sixers here!

Edited by Streck

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Woody L6er: Taiwan

SN= 457621

has slits and ch switch.

 

Being parted as the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one.

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Being parted as the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one.

"Star Ship, out of danger?"

So you are saying it will help others to live long and prosper?

Or "It's already dead!"

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Being parted as the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one.

"Star Ship, out of danger?"

So you are saying it will help others to live long and prosper?

Or "It's already dead!"

There's actually nothing wrong with it. I just needed parts. It will live again as the person who bought parts from it wants the rest of it now since it was apparently a factory test system at one time. So I'll be parting a different one as well soon enough.

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Atari

NTSC

Sunnyvale

S/N: 29587 (just the number, no letter at the end)

Speaker slots

Channel select

 

Perfectly functional, and near-pristine cosmetically. The orange trim around the switch console is completely intact, for a change.

 

EDIT: Wow - looks like I might have one of the oldest light-sixers here!

 

Correction: S/N 29687.

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Edited by Streck
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I have a PAL Light Sixer, Manufactured June the 22nd, 1980 in Taiwan by Dimerco Electronics for Atari, Inc.

 

Serial number is 804405

 

Has Channel select and has speaker slits

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I don't remember if I posted this before so I'll do it 1 ore time. I got a sears light 6er off ebay for 30 dollars. Can't attach files. Keeps spining.

Edited by 0078265317

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I don't think the list has been updated in eons, but here goes:

 

Atari Light Sixer - Dimerco Taiwan 81426754

Atari Light Sixer - TRW Taiwan 455610

Sears Light Sixer - Dimerco Taiwan 81185821

 

All have channel opening and switch, all are NTSC

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Serial number: 568406721

Made in 1981

Bought at secondhand store a month ago

Channel select switch is hiding in a hole

NTSC console

 

So, how do you find the console's exact date of manufacture? All I have to go on is the date codes on the chips.

Edited by CrystaliaMi

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