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Temp "Time Format" issue Fix in Discussions

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Started by Dante - Last post by MarshallJMP
Leave it off for a few minutes before you open it. For the rest Kim has a point with ESF , if that doesn't help you can go in deeper.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by Wailin - Last post by Wailin
Hello all

I am looking to purchase an ADA MP-1 front panel. I purchased a unit cheap, however the cable that connects the membrane switches to the main circuit board is destroyed. The display is fine, just need a working front panel.

Thanks! I am in Ontario Canada and would need it shipped here

Thomas

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 on: Time Format 
Started by red2203stack - Last post by red2203stack
Yea, looks like studiosoundelectronics has it. Thanks for the help.

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Started by Dante - Last post by Dante
Hmmm... I guess I'll start with the jacks. What's the best way to clean them? Just spray with deoxit and insert a cord 1,000 times?

While I'm inside, should I stay away from any big parts that might knock me across the room?

What else can I check while I'm in there? I'm going to look for swelling caps, discolored bits, and then flip it over to see if any of the solder needs re-flowing (I guess). Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by Chucky - Last post by van Sinn
I saw review of these a while ago, but forgot all about them since..
Then again, still no options for playing at all, so gear whoring isn't on the agenda ;)  [SIC]

Cool playing, Chucky!

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 on: Time Format 
Started by red2203stack - Last post by bunkyloo
What station are you using .

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 on: Time Format 
Started by red2203stack - Last post by red2203stack
One addition, don't try this type of work with desolder braid. It tends to lift the eyelets. For parts removal, A hot air rework station set to about 275° works well. For the iron around 350°.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by Chucky - Last post by Chucky
Here's another snippet of an original...
DualKlonz amp.
Fun.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by Dante - Last post by Kim
That reference was mostly for the chip replacement info should you require it I guess.   

But last night I just went through and cleaned every single jack, switching contact, and pot in my entire guitar chain (MP-2, Intellifex, Classic 60/60) chasing exactly what you've described.  Success!   No more volumes spikes and no more static.   :whoohoo!:

Again, E.S.F.   Check the Easy Stuff First.   :thumb-up:

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 on: Time Format 
Started by red2203stack - Last post by MarshallJMP
They (studiosoundelectronics.com  ) seem to have the return jack (JACK, 9-PIN Low Profile)

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