Guys, I have a mate down the road who was also a teenage Atmos fan. His claim to fame is going as far as humanly possible on Spooky Mansion on the Oric, ie. screen 2. He always maintained that Hans Christian Anderson must have written the blurb for the game and that the other further screens must be work of fiction as it's impossible to venture any further with the fiddly controls inherent in the game! Any road, I digress. Johnny's been in touch this morning to say that AT LAST, he's dug his Atmos out the back of his wardrobe and lo and behold...a section of his keyboard doesn't work. I've had a quick shufty, had the bonnet/lid off and removed some dust in there, had the keycaps off and detached the keyboard/reconnected just in case of flaky connections...no cigar still. The keyboard area mysteriously not working (8 keys in total: J,K,N,M,<,> and the cursor arrows for UP and RIGHT) is located in the bottom right hand section of the keyboard: Looking at the service manual it states (and I quote): "A faulty ROW of keys producing no characters points to IC1 or pin connections (possibly IC6 but unlikely)....a faulty COLUMN is likely to be due to a bad connection on PL3 which connects with the (AY) sound circuit (IC4)" Rich, this is beyond my manual delvings, pokings, reseatings and cleanings. Is there a chance you could have a look at Johnny H's Atmos at some point, mate? Naturally, I will pay the postage there and back and pay for any parts required/your time taken, buddy. Johnny will see me right, he says, by re-writing Oric gaming history and finally demonstrate to me him completing Spooky Mansion!! Cheers in advance if you can assist, fella.