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COCCHINI
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Re:ARB Repair Info
« on: February 7, 2011, 07:19AM »
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Try:  http://www.ismenio.com/chess_conchess_ambassador.html
He's talking about Conchess, but there are some pointers concerning reed replacement.  You might also try:

http://ratthing.com/chess/egm.html

http://users.boardnation.com/~chesscomputers/index.php?board=1;action=display;threadid=1986

I don't know of anyone who might repair the Sargon for you, but if you Google around, you might find something.

Good luck!    : 7 )



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« Reply #1 on: February 4, 2011, 08:33PM »
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I've just got a Sargon 2.5 ARB and I also have the Avelon Checker module with it. The Checker functions seems to work AOK. The chess function however can't get past initial setup. Seems to have two LEDs that stay lit on a new game startup. That would be the A2 and the A8. I've verified all the other piece locations as ok. Down to the question. Does anyone know what kind of reed switch and diodes these are and where one can find them? And does anyone know who can repair this if I find I can't. I'm in New Jersey. Thanks in advance.
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