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Re: [korg_mono-poly] Re: crackling knobs

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  • g.strasser2@tele2.at
    Hi, opening the case is really simple ( 4 philips-screws on the front panel, 2 left 2 right and 3 screws in one row on the bottom of the case - back side ).
    Message 1 of 4 , May 31, 2005
      Thanks Gunti,

      I have never opened the case before, so I�m not quite shure exactly
      what you mean. Could all the crackling knobs (in my case its volume,
      the pw witdh and one of the VCO volume knobs) be fixed by exchanging
      only one part ? Or is it rather one "Trim-Resistor" to exchange per
      crackling knob and how do I find the right replacement part ?

      Best Regards /

      Martin






      --- In korg_mono-poly@yahoogroups.com, <g.strasser2@t...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi i had the same problem, the only approach is to remove the "
      cracking "
      > circuit-Board ( first remove all Plastic-lever on M/P�s front ,
      > when you open the case you can see which  "poti-resistors" belong to
      > the board, in your case it�s the leftmost one.
      >
      > Get the Circuit-Board free, than you have two ways:
      >
      > Exhange the Trim-Resistor ( this includes soldering out the old one
      ....)
      > or you can try to spray " Carbon-Stuff " into the trim resistor.
      >
      > I changed the whole part ( cost: ~0,20 Euro ) and things work well
      > till up to now.
      >
      > Happy koorging,
      >
      > Tschusss Gunti
      >
      > >
      > > Von: "mono_swede" <mono_swede@y...>
      > > Datum: 2005/05/31 Di PM 02:11:45 GMT+02:00
      > > An: korg_mono-poly@yahoogroups.com
      > > Betreff: [korg_mono-poly] crackling knobs
      > >
      > >
      >
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