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This product has been retired from our catalog and is no longer for sale.

This page is made available for those looking for datasheets and the simply curious. Please refer to the description to see if a replacement part is available.

Replacement: None. We are no longer carrying Chumby replacement parts so it's time for this product to step aside and make room in the catalog for even more cool stuff. This page is for reference only.

Description: Need parts for your Chumby? Need Chumby parts for another project? We now carry a full selection of Chumby parts for repairing your Chumby, or for various other projects. These parts are all refurbished, but are fully functional and will be drop-in replacements for your Chumby. We may not have specifications or additional information regarding these parts. They are meant to be replacements and are not necessarily intended for building a Chumby for scratch. Feel free to play with them assuming this limited information.

For sale here is the Chumby One CHB-802 motherboard. There are many good parts on here including a MicroSD card, USB port, and headphone jack.  Great for playing around or a replacement for your sick Chumby.  Refer to the teardown for more details regarding the replacement part.

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Comments 3 comments

  • Just need to confirm whether
    Chumby Parts - Gen 1 Motherboard DEV-09776
    is a chumby one mb or chumb classic MB

  • Can some one please confirm that this board is for chumby classic or chumby one?

  • A word of warning: The item pictured is NOT the item you will receive. The item pictured is a Chumby One motherboard, and all of the other parts in the “chumby” category are for a Chumby One. The part you would receive (when they’re in stock) is actually the motherboard from a first generation Chumby (the leather-clad ones - IronForge Core). If you’re not replacing a blown motherboard from a first-gen Chumby, you will need parts that aren’t available here to “build” a Chumby, namely a different-style riser assembly, a daughtercard for the USB/power/speakers/tilt sensor, and a “chumbilical” cable.
    The title is ironically accurate, but everything else about this description is not.


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