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    Posted: 01 February 2010 at 1:51pm
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taken it to the doctor/surgeon and apparently soundcraft don't have any, if they do get one it'll take 3 months and cost me £80. looking at the cost of generic switchmode power supplies this is a little over the odds though there may be something i'm missing? according to the feller who's opened it up there's no reason a generic one couldn't be fitted but that the board isn't marked with output voltages, any ideas?

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This is one top shelf mixer. Shame it's discontinued. See here for block diagram.
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thanks for the reply, it is indeed a lovely mixer, unfortunately the block diagram yields no clues as to the specifications of the power supply.
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the power supply primary100-230V , secundary ?V, 50W.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote boycey Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 February 2010 at 9:36pm
Originally posted by JR.junior JR.junior wrote:

the power supply primary100-230V , secundary ?V, 50W.


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Assuming it hasn't caught fire or been run over by a lorry
I will be able to mend it for you.



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Originally posted by boycey boycey wrote:

Originally posted by JR.junior JR.junior wrote:

the power supply primary100-230V , secundary ?V, 50W.


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hehe this is all what I can tell you. LOL 
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Right, I've just heard from boycey that his power supply is installed and working.
Satisfied customer, I usually like to kill 'em and hang them on the workshop wall.
 And no, don't work on one yourself, 400v stings.
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What about the PSU in a Soundcraft E8?  Played with those?  Got a long-term resident one in the workshop which refuses to be repaired.  I've verified everything except the SMPS transformer.  The PSU runs but only until the bootstrap supply is exhausted because the auxillary supply isn't coming up.  It's the second one I've had through my door with the same problem, never managed to fix the other one either.

I'll have another look one day.  It's not really worth buying a new PSU because it'd cost as much as buying another desk second hand.

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Yes, worked on plenty of those, none of it is aided by ease of access!
I might be able to give you some pointers but unfortunately you would need to pm me because the inner workings of a smpsu is possibly not a good subject for open discussion just in case someone is watching whose needs exceed their skills! 

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hello to all
 i need help , i have UREI 1601 with power supply damaged.
Ask to STEVE and to all users if can give me the power supply voltage like in the power board write:
+V2
-V2
+V1
Agnd
Agnd
-V1
 
If is not much expensive how much for repair ?
consider that im from Italy.
thanks for the answer
 
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