I am new to this community - this is my first post!
I recently picked up a 1982 Apple //e. When it arrived it powered on and was working fine. Partway through the "Apple Presents...Apple" disk the PSU's .1uF 250V film capacitor popped. The //e was still running, but I shut it down ASAP. I've since replaced all the capacitors in the PSU, and the //e is running fine aside from these two peculiarities:
1) Before the PSU incident, if I started the machine without a disk in the drive ctrl-reset would drop the //e to the ']' prompt - now it does the same as ctrl-open apple-reset and does a soft boot.
2) Before the PSU incident, when I ran through the "Apple Presents...Apple" program, in the part that describes the open and closed apple keys, I could correctly sort all the apples, but afterwards I could only get the open apples because the closed apple key didn't seem to do anything. However, I can run the self-test with ctrl-solid apple-reset (it reports "KERNEL OK")
Any thoughts on what might be faulty? Should I worry about this and try to track it down, or can I ignore it without causing damage by running the machine.