I picked up two Macintosh Pluses today with loads of extras. Manuals, OS disks, a carrying case for each, two keyboards, and a 30mb external SCSI drive. One of the machines powers on fine but the display seems a bit off like it is pushed a couple centimeters to the left. The pots may need to be adjusted but I'll have to go to the hardware store for a long enough torx wrench to open the case. The other machine powers on, pretty sure it is suffering from a common broken solder joint issue. Should be easy to fix.
I am trying to locate some RAM for at least one of the machines. I know it needs at least 150ns non-parity 30 pin SIMMs and I know about the deal with the resistor. I just need clarification on the proper chip configuration on the RAM. It appears some sources say 2-chip sticks won't work while other sources are seemingly selling 2-chip sticks as compatible.
Has anyone used 2-chip sticks from welovemacs or memoryx in their Plus?