One of my mates has a Mac Classic. I borrowed it to test something, but it is as dead as a stone. I would like to fix it for him, but I'm perplexed:
This system has no internal speaker. Is that normal? If not, where is the sprk connector? I see none.
It has an internal fan, but IDR any of the " CRT all-in-one systems having a stock fan. Am I mistaken?
On power on, there is no video, and withough a speaker, IDK if it chimes.
I'm unsure where to begin. I frankly have only ever worked on one Classic system before. I am far more familiar with the SE, SE/30, 512, and 128.
I would appreciate any advice in basic diagnostics. I am in no way obligated to fix this, but I would like to do it as a courtesy,as he and I do a lot of trades and such, and he has given me quite a lot of useful kit of late--although I have compensated for that.
I am going to be setting him up with a super-stock //e, and I'm working on a flawless DuoDisk for him, along with some disks to use on it. :)
Still, II would prefer to return this Classic in working condiion.
FWIW, it doen't work on a base power-up. I only cracked it open, because it was already a doorstop.