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« Reply #15 on: January 05, 2018, 06:27:56 PM »

Could you take a close up pic of the pcb on the faders please ?    The pack looks remarkably similar to what I have on my 428B which I have never been able to get documentation for.  The normal 600 fader packs look different & the pcb/circuit is also different from memory.     Next question do you have the docs to go with the fader packs  ?

Hey Rob of course I can I'm back in on Monday, unfortunately I don't have the manual for this particular console but I do have one for our other 600 if that's any help?

I have the standard 600 manual & the vca stuff is completely different.  The pcb on the standard one is different & it has an extra button under the channel mute .  & My console happens to be sea hawk grey or dove grey or what anyone else calls the colour of it.   I tried to draw the diagram but the board is double sided & a bit difficult to trace.    What i did find was that if one fualt happend you chenged one of the 2 ic's & another fault i had to change the other one.   I think one of them is a dual & I found that a 5532 works well in place of the original.  Although itwas a while ago that I restored mine & i can't remember what the faults were.
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