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Allen Schweitzer

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I got this 2600 A and I've never seen this before. This is on the back bottom of the case. There is some sort of sticker over it and a factory indention where the sticker has been applied. This had a Rev 9 board in it, and I'm trying to figure out what the heck is going on here. It will soon be recapped, cleaned up and sold, but I sure would like to know what's going on here if any body knows. I appreciate it.

 

Thank you!

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It's a reused case, I have come across them a few times, this was done by Atari. Oh, and your camera has a bunk date. :P

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Yes, now that you say that, I can see that it would "fit" my 6 switch. They must have had some extra bottoms to get rid of when they downgraded to the "model A". :) And I'm too lazy to set the date on that camera every time...

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Really? I never noticed that.

 

 

I was exaggerating a bit but he said something to me before too because I didn't set the date/time on a photo.

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I have a SECAM console with a case like that.
I would have to check, but IIRC it's slightly different from the older 6-switch cases, as it additionally has the two small posts to hold the 4-switch PCB. So it should fit both models.

The following picture shows the posts I'm talking about in a standard 4-switch case:
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Ya I have ran into them as well I assume they are from a time when they were moving production from 6 as models to 4 and had leftover parts. I have even had a few with 6 switch tops with the switchplate replaced one being a Sunnyvale 4 switch model

 

Also they tend to pop up on factory refurbs

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