Reply to post: That's right I still have an antique with those drives.

User lubed PC with butter, because pressing a button didn't work

jcitron

That's right I still have an antique with those drives.

My Visual V1083, aka Commuter Computer, has those push-button floppy drives. It's been sometimes since I repaired those systems, like 32 years, so I can't remember the manufacturer. I think they were Teac floppy drives, but I might be confusing them with the ones in the Visual V1050 CP/M Plus machines which were built a bit earlier.

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