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Subject: Arcade PCB Repair Question - Where To Get Parts

Date: 10/24/02 at 3:58 PM
Posted by: Jeff
E-mail: matt_cameron_99@yahoo.com
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I have an arcade pcb that I bought from someone and it does not get any sound except for an annoyingly loud screechy sound. After taking a look at the board, I noticed that it is missing two pieces, labeled 640khz and having two legs that mount through the board (soldered). I have been looking this up and I think they are 640khz ceramic resonators that are missing. I have other pcbs and the parts are blue and they appear to be resonators. I cannot locate a place to buy just the two resonators. I have seen sites that sell them (suppliers for pcb makers I assume) but only in huge quantities. Anybody have an idea where I can get those? I don't know if Radio Shack has that kind of stuff, but on their website I can't find anything like that. Thanks for any help you can give me...


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