Commodore Amiga 1000 Teardown
Teardowns provide a look inside a device and should not be used as disassembly instructions.
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- Author: Andy Marsh
This is the Amiga that started it all. Released in 1985 the Amiga 1000 is a classic vintage computer. The inside of the Amiga 1000 case is engraved with the signatures of the engineers that worked on the project.
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Remove the RAM expansion board by gently pulling it towards you.
The front panel of the computer can then be clipped off. Be careful with the power and disk drive LED's. It is easy to clip them off from the inside of the panel.
Remove the Phillips screws holding the metal shield in place.
On this Amiga you will notice that there are lots of delicate hook up wires on the board. I am not sure if this is standard however you should exercise care when working around these deilcate connections.
Remove the screws holding the power supply in place and unclip the connector from the main board.