Closed Cheap A2000 keyboard... Even if it is yellowed

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As the title says... I would like a cheap A2000 keyboard.

Any condition as long as its working. (y)
 

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Gah, I don't have a working one, BUT if you are good at soldering, you only need to put another processor on it and It should work fine, + the left alt key is missing, but you might want to pass on repairing this unless you need spares : P
 

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There are three Amiga 200 in great condition for sale into the Amiga HardWare for sale section.

https://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?t=5033

Yeah saw them but my budget is quite small. I don't need a mint condition one. But thanks all the same.

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Gah, I don't have a working one, BUT if you are good at soldering, you only need to put another processor on it and It should work fine, + the left alt key is missing, but you might want to pass on repairing this unless you need spares : P

Hmmm would the keyboard processor of an A500 work? as i have a spare slightly damaged A500 keyboard.

But if its a b**** to solder better leave it
 

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Yeah they all use the same processor, just heat up the legs and they will sink into the solder, easiest way would be to heat 1 foot at a time and use a solder sucker or wick to remove the solder, then once you have got all that off, swap the processor and solder the feet back in, simples : P

I believe you asked me about my old keyboard a while ago on my wanted thread

if you really are interested in it then It's yours for £5 + p+p :)
 

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Yeah they all use the same processor, just heat up the legs and they will sink into the solder, easiest way would be to heat 1 foot at a time and use a solder sucker or wick to remove the solder, then once you have got all that off, swap the processor and solder the feet back in, simples : P

I believe you asked me about my old keyboard a while ago on my wanted thread

if you really are interested in it then It's yours for £5 + p+p :)

Hmmm 5 pounds + p&p ... Sounds fair enough :)

Could you check the postage to Malta and let me know please?
 
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