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    Posted: 06 Dec 2017 at 11:17am
Working Atari Sprint 2 board required.
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I think you'll be unlikely to find a Sprint 2 board let alone a working one in the UK for sale, best to get a search saved on ebay.com

Do you have a cab and no board or a faulty board?

You can use a Sprint1 or Dominos pcb and modify it to play Sprint2, depends how desperate you are for one. I picked up a clean Domino's PCB from US ebay a few months back and it set be back around £250 to buy and get back here after import tax and all the guff that gets added on.  
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I have the original cab with a faulty board that i have been trying to get repaired for ages.
Vectorglow and Retro clinic said unable to repair Atari that old. Equities said he can but later as he is in middle of moving house at the moment.

I would have no idea how to modify a Sprint 1 or Dominos board.
Even if i eventually do get the old board working, i would still be willing to buy a spare board.
Thanks for the advice.
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