Apple Macintosh SE/30 M5119 Computer 8MB RAM Recapped Working *See Description* For Sale

Apple Macintosh SE/30 M5119 Computer 8MB RAM Recapped Working *See Description*
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Apple Macintosh SE/30 M5119 Computer 8MB RAM Recapped Working *See Description*:
$475.00

This Mac was fully recapped by me in 2017 (power supply analog board and logic board).

I have not used it much since then, but as far as I can tell it’s working great. The sound is loud and clear also!

The only part that does not work is the original 80MB Quantum hard drive, so you will have to replace the hard drive in order to get a fully functional machine. I did check it with another drive (not included) just to confirm the SCSI interface was indeed working.

Floppy drive was cleaned and relubricated and it works fine.

CRT is very bright and crisp with little to no burn-in.

*One of the clips on the ROM SIMM socket is broken, so you may have to reseat the ROM when you receive this machine! (See the close-up picture of the broken clip).

Case has some scratches and yellowing, as well as a hole that someone drilled into the back (presumably for some sort of anti-theft device I assume).

Overall it doesn’t look bad but it’s definitely not perfect.

Also includes the original Apple power cable!

No other cables, disks or accessories are included in this sale!





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