ANT&TEC: Commodore 1084 Monitor Power Switch Repair


ANT&TEC released a tutorial video demonstrating the process of replacing a faulty monitor power switch on a Commodore 1084 computer monitor. Originally re-housed Philips 8833 units, these monitors were popular in the early 1980s, particularly with vintage Commodore computers such as the Commodore 64 and Commodore 128.

When replacing the switch, it’s important to note that an identical type isn’t necessary; however, ensure that the replacement is rated for mains voltage and can handle a minimum of 2A. Additionally, the video provides guidance on rectifying a loose power switch fascia by incorporating a spring.

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