Mixer Repair

Robert H. Rickner-III rrickner at zoo.uvm.edu
Thu Mar 16 22:56:30 CET 2000


Ahh, maybe these scematics are something we should be looking into,
because I'm guessing the 1202 is the single most popular first project
mixer of the last several years!  I guess I should...  pull it apart and
hit it with a multimeter?

On Thu, 16 Mar 2000 Romeo_Fahl at stream.com wrote:

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> My 1202 is turning to shit too.  Lots of scratchy pots.  I thought these things
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> Aye, schematics would be gold, matey!
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> "Robert H. Rickner-III" <rrickner at zoo.uvm.edu> on 03/16/2000 08:47:50 AM
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> I have a Mackie 1202 which is missing a channel two, I don't know if the
> channel is dead from the pre-amp or what, the rest of the mixer seems to
> function nicely, however.  Could anyone tell me how hard it would be to
> fix, etc.
> Rob Rickner
> Oh yeah, scans of the service manuals are of course pure gold!
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