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  1. #1
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    FTAGH (that's Free To a Good Home) -Squeezebox Radio with failed PCB

    Does anyone have a use for this? It's an original Squeezebox Radio
    with quite a nice clean/tidy case etc. It has a fault on the
    main PCB which shorts out the power supply, presumably a failed
    capacitor or similar but I've not managed to find it (I have tried
    quite hard, however there's a bit of damage on the PCB as a result,
    basically a mangled surface mount transistor).

    Everything else is OK, clean case, speakers OK, PSU OK, display OK (as
    far as I know), etc.

    If anyone wants specific bits I can post them (at cost), the whole
    thing might be a bit more difficulti. However, as we are getting
    deliveries OK here, I could probably put it out for collection.

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    Chris Green

  2. #2
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    FTAGH (that's Free To a Good Home) -Squeezebox Radio with failed PCB

    On Mon, Apr 06, 2020 at 09:45:54AM +0100, Chris Green wrote:
    > Does anyone have a use for this? It's an original Squeezebox Radio
    > with quite a nice clean/tidy case etc. It has a fault on the
    > main PCB which shorts out the power supply, presumably a failed
    > capacitor or similar but I've not managed to find it (I have tried
    > quite hard, however there's a bit of damage on the PCB as a result,
    > basically a mangled surface mount transistor).
    >
    > Everything else is OK, clean case, speakers OK, PSU OK, display OK (as
    > far as I know), etc.
    >
    > If anyone wants specific bits I can post them (at cost), the whole
    > thing might be a bit more difficulti. However, as we are getting
    > deliveries OK here, I could probably put it out for collection.
    >

    Oh, I'm in the UK, that's probably relevant. :-)

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    Chris Green

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    I am interested in some parts, but the whole radio is also good, what would be the cost to send it to the Netherlands

  4. #4
    cl@isbd.net
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    FTAGH (that's Free To a Good Home)-Squeezebox Radio with failed PCB

    On Mon, Apr 06, 2020 at 10:54:15AM +0000, HB64 wrote:
    >
    > I am interested in some parts, but the whole radio is also good, what
    > would be the cost to send it to the Netherlands
    >

    I'll try and find out the cost... and whether it's possible at the
    moment.

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    Whereabouts in the UK Chris?

    I'll take the whole thing if it's not possible to get it out to the Netherlands for HB64.

    I'm in NW Kent - but obviously with current travel restrictions can't get anywhere anyway, but happy to receive via post.

    Kev

  6. #6
    cl@isbd.net
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    FTAGH (that's Free To a Good Home)-Squeezebox Radio with failed PCB

    On Mon, Apr 06, 2020 at 10:54:15AM +0000, HB64 wrote:
    >
    > I am interested in some parts, but the whole radio is also good, what
    > would be the cost to send it to the Netherlands
    >

    Sorry to take so long replying. The cost to send to the Netherlands
    is about ú8, so say 10 Euros. That's the cost to send the whole thing
    (currently in pieces).

    So, are you interested at that price?

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    Yes still interested.

  8. #8
    cl@isbd.net
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    FTAGH (that's Free To a Good Home)-Squeezebox Radio with failed PCB

    On Tue, Apr 14, 2020 at 10:57:33AM +0000, HB64 wrote:
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    > Yes still interested.
    >

    OK, so if you tell me your address I'll get the exact cost of sending
    it to you.

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    Chris Green

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