A few days ago I started to desolder the P3's CPU board (CAAA08 - CA1102/8HP00067). The desoldering hand pump broke soon afterwards and this Monday received a replacement (which broke after 1h of use, but that's another story ). Approximately 2/3 of the board has been exposed and the silk screens containing the components is visible in the unearthened region.
Both resistors and capacitors use the standard references (Rn, Cn; n being a number).
Resistor arrays use "N24/x" (x being a number).
Crystals use "QUn" (n being a number).
Integrated circuits, on the other hand, have a unique reference consisting of a single number and are also labelled with (what I think it is) their TA's part catalog identifier:
|Silk Screen Reference
|Integrated Circuit Reference
EPROMs in this board don't seem to have a catalog reference.
I hope to be able to complete this list soon, and to start real work with the board - so we can get a proper schematic to repair it and also to identify parts of the bank-switching mechanism.