That's vintage stuff...94/95/96 Datawheel, so I'm trying to jog my memory about the pinout connections on that circuitboard. Did you unplug the display ribbon? Something about that arrangement looks funny to me... but I may need to get an older board out and put it on the bench to test my memory. Please reply directly to my support email and I'll try to help quickly- firstname.lastname@example.org
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That's very satisfying to hear, thanks! Glad to hear that it's still rockin' strong like we intended. That's a respectable track record of reliability so far. We see them occasionally come in for Z4 upgrades as far back as the early 1994-95 with the datawheels up on top. By the time your ZX was made we pretty much had the manufacturing down cold, and yes, I still test every single one myself like Dr. Bob Moog told me to in 1997. I remember that highlight like it was yesterday.