[sdiy] Juno-106 prematurely dying battery

Eric Frampton eric at ericframpton.com
Tue Jul 24 19:08:05 CEST 2012


These same batteries (from the same lot) have been in other synths, and I haven't seen any problems. But it might be good to move from these (cheep 'n' cheerful Renatas) to Energizers as a test, you're right.

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On Jul 24, 2012, at 3:29 AM, Louis van Dompselaar wrote:

> Yes I have, but that was not due to a bad synth, but due to bad batteries (cheap imports).
> But if you have known good ones, it won't be that.
> 
> 
> Op 24 jul. 2012, om 06:10 heeft Eric Frampton het volgende geschreven:
> 
>> Hi all -
>> 
>> I'm looking at a friend's Roland HS-60 (the Juno-106 with speakers in it, aka Juno-106S). I've opened it up once before, and he's brought it back for another round. It seems to be working perfectly, except that it keeps eating batteries. I put a holder for a CR2032 in there the first time around ('cause, frankly, they're easier to find than BR2325's), but after about two weeks or so the memory takes a dump 'cause the battery is dead. Apparently it's gone through a couple of batteries this way.
>> 
>> This version of the PC board has the CPU Board mod "to insure a longer battery life" already incorporated into it.
>> 
>> Anybody else run into this?
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> Eric
> 
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