Einleitung

A 3AG fuse is a glass - bodied fuse designed to break an electric circuit if the current exceeds safety levels in a Commodore 64 device

Ersatzteile

Kein Ersatzteil erforderlich.

  1. 1. Remove three 6.75mm ph2 screw heads from the casing 1. Remove three 6.75mm ph2 screw heads from the casing 1. Remove three 6.75mm ph2 screw heads from the casing
    • 1. Remove three 6.75mm ph2 screw heads from the casing

  2. 2. Split the case of the C64 open by pulling up on the case towards you Do not pull too hard that you break the clips.
    • 2. Split the case of the C64 open by pulling up on the case towards you

    • Do not pull too hard that you break the clips.

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  4. 1. Detach the multi-colored wire bundles that's connected to the motherboard In this picture, the power indication LED (connected to the black and red wires) is not fastened to the keyboard panel, yours might be different.
    • 1. Detach the multi-colored wire bundles that's connected to the motherboard

    • In this picture, the power indication LED (connected to the black and red wires) is not fastened to the keyboard panel, yours might be different.

  5. 2. Find the 3AG fuse located next to the joystick ports and On/Off switch
    • 2. Find the 3AG fuse located next to the joystick ports and On/Off switch

  6. 3. Using the ifixit splugger, prop out the 3AG fuse from the clip. * Replace the 3AG fuse by inserting the new fuse and letting it pop into the clip
    • 3. Using the ifixit splugger, prop out the 3AG fuse from the clip.

    • * Replace the 3AG fuse by inserting the new fuse and letting it pop into the clip

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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