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Ok, checked around, checked the fuse, and sure enough the 9vac fuse was popped.Replaced the fuse and all is well.
(I just took apart and cleaned the 128 I borrowed, including disassembling the keyboard and washing the keys...Now I don't feel dirty just typing on that one.. I'll return it monday bright and shiny..)
Now if I could figure out why commodore bbs's don't work with a wiport but some pc ones do...(I remember reading somewhere about raw vs telenet for transport..)
Ok, checked around, checked the fuse, and sure enough the 9vac fuse was popped.Replaced the fuse and all is well.When I was troubleshooting the 128 I checked to make sure I had +5v but never bothered to check for 9vac.I was assuming that like a 64 the 128 didn't need 9vac to boot.Well look what assuming got me. (Had to drive all the way across town to get another 128).The z80 requires the 9vac to bootup, and if the z80 ain't happy, ain't nobody happy. So that's another lesson learned.... always check all your voltages, don't do just do a half assed job..Later,dabone