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Need help dumping the ROM in a failing 80C49 (MCS-48)

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trondl:
Nevermind! All good again. Deep clean with IPA and brush solved it.

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The weirdest thing just happened:
The Arduino shield doesn't do EA above 4.4V anymore.
It's supposed to do 4.4V, 12V and 18V.

One of the transistors gone possibly?

Schematics here: http://www.mattmillman.com/wp-content/files/mcs48programmer.pdf
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trondl:
Another discovery: EA is actually pulled rather high actually, about 12.9V on my DMM, and there is a spike at the start also.
I've included the screenshot I did to compare EA enable and Reset to check for a dump start before EA was stable.
That may explain why the 8749 has no issues, where the 8049 should have a very close to 12V applied.
Could this be an explanation for the freakout / noisy waveforms?
I could try to lift EA and apply directly from the shields Vin from Arduino, giving a continuous stable 11.5V.

It still doesn't explain why there is no 5V idle on the 8049 Databus though.

I'm tempted to do a basic breadboard version as done here: http://qemulator.blogspot.com/2020/05/dumping-intel-8049-roms.html
Should have more control over voltages and such.

The second MCU from Japan is verified in the unit I'm repairing, so that is a relief at least.

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I tried to lift Vin and apply directly to EA.
Now the arduino shield is no longer detected :S :S :S
My impatience is starting to show.
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trondl:
Nevermind again!
Shield and arduino fully working.
I panicked when all of a sudden the default COM port was changed in the HvEprom app.

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