[Coco] Unpacked my CoCo Stuff
keeper63 at cox.net
Thu Apr 12 21:42:22 EDT 2007
Re: CGP-220 yellowing
I have the same printer, with the same look - I tend to wonder if it
isn't something else (instead of UV), as this printer was "stored" at my
parents house for about 10-15 years before I got it, and it never saw
the sun or much of anything else, even when I was using it. Maybe a desk
lamp (at least, just the light), with a regular bulb (non-flourescent) -
but when I left Cali to come here to school in Phoenix, I packed it
away, and placed it under a bed. When I picked it up many years later
(along with the rest of my CoCo stuff, which all held up fine - 'cept
the floppy drive, which I replaced) - it was yellowed.
Not that I really care - it isn't like I can get new cartridges for it
(not too mention that it probably needs a complete mechanical
teardown/cleaning/rebuild before it would even have a chance at working)...
-- Andrew L. Ayers
>Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 11:22:27 -0400
>From: bradleyj2 at aol.com
>Subject: Re: [Coco] Unpacked my CoCo Stuff
>To: coco at maltedmedia.com
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>I'm pretty sure it was a cat...It had "that smell!"
>In 'bama I always had voicemail...So the digital answering machine was
>packed away as well. I tried plugging it in and got nothing. So I
>rinsed it in distilled water and let it dry overnight. It works today.
>So that may be the route I have to go for my more precious CoCo stuff.
>It's odd...Some of the cases are fine...Still whit. But the worse
>yellowing is on my CGP-220 printer. The case is all dark yellow.
>Except the door that hold the ink. That's still white! Very odd.
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