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HP 9114 Repair Parts
12-30-2013, 08:05 PM
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HP 9114 Repair Parts
Here's some updated information on repair parts for 9114 floppy drives. First, thanks to Tony Duell for the schematics and repair procedure.
Replacement drives for a 9114A, 09114-69511, Sony OA-D32W-11, can be found in 9133, 9121D/S, and 9122D/S (S/N 2518A and below) disk drives. Drives for a 9114B, 09123-69101, Sony MP-F52W-50, can be found in 9153, 9123D, and 9122D/S (S/N 2614 and above) disk drives.
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Dave
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12-30-2013, 11:44 PM
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RE: HP 9114 Repair Parts
Hi Dave,

many thanks for the combined info:-)

I currently have an A and a B drive.

The A drive had the (I think) typical problem of a nonfunctional disk case lift mechanism. It turned out to be a mechanical problem. One of the slide bolts on the right side wasn't sliding due to missing lube. You couldn't insert or eject a disk.

After applying some lube to the said part it worked fine again.

From the mechanical construction I assume this is one of the main reasons for drive mechanism failures, since this bolt doesn't have a real bearing but only a rivet holding it in place.

The B drive would work fine, if there wasn't the spindle motor which revs up when trying to access the disk. Since it looks like a direct drive motor (I may be wrong) , and the driver bolt in place, I don't know why the motor just hauls permanently instead of simply positioning the disk and stopping.

Any ideas?

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12-31-2013, 03:34 AM
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RE: HP 9114 Repair Parts
Hi Raymond,

Sorry, I'm not an expert when it comes to repairing the Sony drives. I was lucky to find a 9114A and am looking for a 9114B. In order to keep my collection working I acquired two 9122D drives. The one with the "A" type drives had already been used for spares. The "B" type drive yielded two good drives! When I find a 9114B I plan on trying to get one good "A" drive from the two bad ones.
In the mean time perhaps I can help you out.

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