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I goofed. Please help

Postby onebase » Feb 9th, '17, 17:21

Hello, I managed to plug a 12V dc plug into my yocto for a short period of time and it no longer turns on. I hope the issue is isolated to the psu. :oops:
Any suggestions on how to start a fix if possible would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: I goofed. Please help

Postby e-licktronic » Feb 9th, '17, 18:23

onebase wrote:Hello, I managed to plug a 12V dc plug into my yocto for a short period of time and it no longer turns on. I hope the issue is isolated to the psu. :oops:
Any suggestions on how to start a fix if possible would be greatly appreciated.
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Onebase,

First check PSU voltage +15v, -15v and +5V

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Re: I goofed. Please help

Postby onebase » Feb 9th, '17, 19:01

e-licktronic wrote:
onebase wrote:Hello, I managed to plug a 12V dc plug into my yocto for a short period of time and it no longer turns on. I hope the issue is isolated to the psu. :oops:
Any suggestions on how to start a fix if possible would be greatly appreciated.
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Onebase,

First check PSU voltage +15v, -15v and +5V

Best regards,
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Thanks for swift response. I am getting all the correct voltages off the psu. :*(
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Re: I goofed. Please help

Postby e-licktronic » Feb 10th, '17, 11:28

onebase,

Is your sequencer running ?
is there a burned 100ohm resistor on the PSU bus ?

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Re: I goofed. Please help

Postby onebase » Feb 11th, '17, 04:05

e-licktronic wrote:onebase,

Is your sequencer running ?
is there a burned 100ohm resistor on the PSU bus ?

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no lights come on at all. I dont' see any burt resistors... Unless I'm missing it. Which R# is that one?
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Re: I goofed. Please help

Postby e-licktronic » Feb 11th, '17, 08:03

onebase wrote:
e-licktronic wrote:onebase,

Is your sequencer running ?
is there a burned 100ohm resistor on the PSU bus ?

Best regards,
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no lights come on at all. I dont' see any burt resistors... Unless I'm missing it. Which R# is that one?


Those are the 100 ohm resistors on the top edge side of the main board.
Is there leds that light up when power on your Yocto ?
What sequencer mods is selected?

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Re: I goofed. Please help

Postby onebase » Feb 13th, '17, 07:21

e-licktronic wrote:
onebase wrote:
e-licktronic wrote:onebase,

Is your sequencer running ?
is there a burned 100ohm resistor on the PSU bus ?

Best regards,
e-licktronic

no lights come on at all. I dont' see any burt resistors... Unless I'm missing it. Which R# is that one?


Those are the 100 ohm resistors on the top edge side of the main board.
Is there leds that light up when power on your Yocto ?
What sequencer mods is selected?

Best regards,
e-licktronic

ok the lights came on and it mostly work though the kick and clap are triggering every step of the sequence. when i edit the kick or clap sequence I get a more pronounced hit of the instrument. Turning the volume up has the clap bleeding noise.
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Re: I goofed. Please help

Postby onebase » Mar 1st, '17, 17:58

Question does this issue sound like a busted sequencing chip?
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