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    fwiw--we're surplusing our model 5. should be sent out to state (nc) surplus lot sometime. tube sets, manuals for the 4E and 5, and an E6 card for the older model also.

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    If it's simply a CPU why not just replace it? Older cpu's would be easy to source and it would probably take an hour or two to bust it open and swap em.

    EDIT: Ah, memory corruption. Physical or software issue? Hmmm, might not be that simple then.
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    DKT,
    Before you do that, you may want to pop it out, open the cover and reseat everything, including pressing down on any socketed IC's. Thermal cycling and time are hell on socketed components and connectors. A reseat frequently solves a lot of intermittent problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by epatsellis View Post
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    Before you do that,
    thanks--but not the OP--we haven't fired ours up in well over 2 yrs, it's been sitting full of water & what little E6 we shot was sent out. same with our 2150 machine. anyone that is interested in 2150 machines, and parts, drop me a line. not sure what to do with them, nobody local seems to want them. oh well, so it goes...

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    The photothem won't do 8x10 as it is sold.

    I suspect twisting their arm enough to convince them to modify a pair of 4x5 holders might cost that arm and a leg to go with it.

    The real question is how much will you spend. If money is in the several hundred dollar range, find a way to repair.
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