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x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by dnigrin on Fri Sep 11, 2009 9:29 pm

boops, give a look to the posts that I made (and Brian's responses) on pages 2 and 3 of this thread. I did exactly what you did (built the x0xb0x with the x0xi0 substitutions), but there's some parts that you must temporarily install. I think it's OK to install the 0 ohm resistor one though, that one was OK...
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by boops on Sat Sep 12, 2009 10:42 am

hi ,i did it :D for the pot multitour (TM)it's only possible to use miniature ones cause with the other(horizontal )impossible to access ,later to calibration ,and the screw is not on the top;i 've just find miniature ones with a height of 7,2mm)the standoff is a 9m height ,it's goodwith them...best regards
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by dnigrin on Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:20 am

See the other x0xi0 full mod thread for the recommendation of which multi-turn pots Brian recommended. I didn't install these, but now seeing how difficult it is to tune with the regular pots, I may end up going back and installing these....

viewtopic.php?f=13&t=7656&start=45
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by boops on Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:54 am

hi,mine are several and miniature,very small ones ..18 tours!!As i don't have the R47 replacement resistor 4,7k in my full kit; is it a 1% one?hope there will have, not too much missing parts :roll: ..thanks
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by dnigrin on Sun Sep 13, 2009 12:13 pm

I don't recall now if it was a 1% or 5% - Brian or someone else will have to say...

Dan
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by boops on Sun Sep 13, 2009 5:53 pm

thanks Dan
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by bcbox on Tue Sep 15, 2009 6:05 pm

Hi, the R47 replacement can be either 1% or 5%, really doesn't matter.
I didn't understand the question about the trimpots. Please try to describe in more detail or even send some pics.
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by boops on Wed Sep 16, 2009 1:28 pm

hi,as i used 18 tour trimpots,i bought very small one to match with the standoff...thats all..regards


thanks a lot Brian,i 'ven't any sound or signal on VR3 (resonnace) as i began to replace some components for the full kit(r 61 0 ohm eg),perhaps my issue could be done by a new component? best regards

solved..i put a jumper for S1!!!
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by boops on Wed Sep 30, 2009 4:28 pm

hi BcBOX ,i 've found in my rear kit for R 302 only one reististor with a value of 3.3k (like in the io manual)but find 6.8k in full kit manual... :?: i 've just cheked my resistors for the full kit,missing:r427 6.8k (strange)and one 2.2k can i use 5% 1/4 w? best regards:D
edit:don't find :the red dipped c316 33nf (dipped is it indispensable?)and missing an other c327 33nf,c304 10nf,c317 22nf.
Is it possible to socket the ic :rear pcb ? top pcb? Thanks

Just discover my special 18 tours trimpots doesn't match with the holes calibration in the front panel :cry:
impossible to find 4 tour trimpots and 1/8w resistor in France.
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by hamburgers on Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:09 pm

hi, what is the part # for the DPDT slide switches on the bcbox PCB? the ones with the red base

I've got one here to finish up and I had to remove some of these.... by hacking them apart.
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by bcbox on Fri Oct 02, 2009 2:51 am

the exact ones I use are:
E-Switch 500SDP1S1M2QEA.

You can also use the following:
E-Switch 500SDP1S1M2REA
C&K 1201M2S3CQE
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by bcbox on Fri Oct 02, 2009 2:52 am

boops I just replied to your PM and then saw your message above. Let me know how it's going and what parts you might be missing as of now and I'll get it straightened out.
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by boops on Fri Oct 02, 2009 5:05 am

Ok thanks
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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by hamburgers on Fri Oct 02, 2009 7:46 am

bcbox wrote:the exact ones I use are:
E-Switch 500SDP1S1M2QEA.

You can also use the following:
E-Switch 500SDP1S1M2REA
C&K 1201M2S3CQE


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Re: x0xi0 Full Kit - Install & Troubleshooting

by boops on Sun Oct 04, 2009 5:53 pm

Hi Brian,I find that a ic + a socket are less high than the standoff (3/8) are you sure that we can't use sockets?
i bought polyester capacitors and 1/4 w resistors for the missing parts,hope there will be fine;best regards
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