PSU replaced all the electrolitic capacitors , there it's no RIFA ?! I have to mention i was the first person witch ever open this PCU, since 15 MAR 1979 the date when was made in Hong Kong, after that tested and all the voltage are into the specification with no load.
Motherboard : removed all the cards (all the sockets are oxidated and shown a green oxid) clean the PCB and then ... first time power on , no beep but garbage on the screen , tested all the ROM's in the other Apple II and i dicover D0 has one leg brock near to the body, i solder a pice of wire, before i put back the ROM's i use some Wurth contact spray, time for second try but nope , no change. At this stage falowing speedy guide for resuscitating an old Apple after long time i focused on RAM unplug all and spray all the sockets with contact cleaner and using my Inquisitor Dram tester i test all 23 chips and verry strange 14 are BAD ??!!! i never ever find that many bad into one computer, bur short story i use 8 good ones to populate one row and power on again ... succes this time i have beep, and nice Apple ][ logo. Time for
Keyboard dated FEB 14 1979 marked P.C. BD. 02 2459-02 REV.A ASSY NO 01-0425 MADE IN USA and another stamp APR 3 1979 check the pictures please. Clean all the keys and PCB and tested , its mostly working except few keys 5 or 6 witch doesn't respond at all .