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#140368 - 05/02/2003 13:20 General Parts list....
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
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Loc: Manassas VA
The Replacement Parts List now resides on the Empeg Wiki.

In another thread I'd suggested a place in the FAQ for just parts related information. Then I decided to scour and try and find any existing information for parts. (Parts being LED's, sled plugs, resistors, fuses) What I'd like is a good list with digikey part numbers and or links for easy access to the manufacturer. I realize most of this is on the BBS here somewhere but trying to dig it up can sometimes be daunting. I think having a centralized location for all this would make it really easy for the do-it-yourselfers to easily find what they need for projects (even if it's only in this post).

Heres what I have so far... If you see anything wrong or can contribute part numbers go for it!!

Button Materials
Buttons
4 button leds, Digikey Part 67-1606
1 SMD resistor pack, 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT

Knob Materials
Knob Board (from Brian) or your own design
1 SMD Transistor
2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors
1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
3 or 4 knob leds, Digikey Part 67-1608

Sled Plugs
Digikey Part H10109-ND - QR/P6-24P-C(01) Male Housing 1
Digikey Part H10085-ND - QR/P1-PC1A-111 Male Power Terminal 1
Digikey Part H10087-ND - QR/P1-PC2A-111 Male Signal Terminal 22


I can probably dig up some digikey part numbers for a few more of the button pieces.


Edited by wfaulk (17/09/2009 18:01)
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#140369 - 07/02/2003 10:19 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
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Loc: Manassas VA
I feel so alone.......
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#140370 - 07/02/2003 10:41 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
tman
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Registered: 24/12/2001
Posts: 5528
Okay. If you're feeling lonely

Hugo gives the Farnell part number for the Mk1 buttons here

- Trevor

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#140371 - 07/02/2003 10:47 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tman]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
ah.. cool, I forgot all about that one I'll add that to the list

Plain circular button cap for mk1
nr 917-461 www.farnell.com
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#140372 - 07/02/2003 10:51 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
loren
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I think this is a great idea by the way.
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#140373 - 07/02/2003 10:58 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
tman
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Registered: 24/12/2001
Posts: 5528
2mm jumpers for the HD from the post here

Farnell - 510920 (blue), 510932 (black) and 510944 (red)
Jameco - 119263
Digikey - A26244

- Trevor

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#140374 - 07/02/2003 11:38 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: loren]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
Thanks Loren!

For the Knob materials I have some part numbers that I used on mine...
For the 100 Ohm SMD resistors, Digikey part number 311-100CCT-ND
Now I'm trying to figure out why I have 560 Ohm resistors??
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#140375 - 07/02/2003 12:14 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
Warp10
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Registered: 18/02/2002
Posts: 179
Loc: Germany
Hey, great idea!

Here's the part number of the Female Plug. I think it should also be on the list if somebody needs a replacement or just a backup ;-)

DigiKey Part# H10110-ND Female Housing
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#140376 - 07/02/2003 12:25 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
StigOE
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Registered: 27/10/2002
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I think he used 560 Ohms first (that's also what's in the picture), but I think he had some problems with them and changed to 1kOhm. I read it in an old post, but I can't remember which one.

Stig

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#140377 - 07/02/2003 15:44 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: StigOE]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
That would explain it... and probably why I can't find part numbers for the 1k in all my crap! (or any 1k's in my parts drawer)
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#140378 - 07/02/2003 15:50 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
StigOE
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Here's the Farnell number for the resistor pack

196-770 ARV241-1k-5:RESISTOR ARRAY, 1kOhm (size 1206)

Stig

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#140379 - 07/02/2003 19:40 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Warp10]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
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Loc: Manassas VA
In reply to:

Here's the part number of the Female Plug.



I'm assuming this part is the power recepticle?
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#140380 - 07/02/2003 20:05 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
Dug around on the FAQ and pulled a few more part numbers... so heres everything we have so far.

LED Hack
Button Materials
Buttons
4 button leds, Digikey Part 67-1606
1 SMD resistor pack, 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT or Farnell 196-770 ARV241-1k-5:RESISTOR ARRAY, 1kOhm (size 1206)

Knob Materials
Knob Board (from Brian) or your own design
1 SMD Transistor
2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors
1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
3 or 4 knob leds, Digikey Part 67-1608

Sled
Sled Plugs
Digikey Part H10109-ND - QR/P6-24P-C(01) Male Housing 1
Digikey Part H10085-ND - QR/P1-PC1A-111 Male Power Terminal 1
Digikey Part H10087-ND - QR/P1-PC2A-111 Male Signal Terminal 22

MK1
Plain circular button cap for mk1 Farnell part 917-461

Hard Drive
2mm HD jumpers
Farnell - 510920 (blue), 510932 (black) and 510944 (red)
Jameco - 119263
Digikey - A26244

Power
Power Receptacle
Female Housing DigiKey part H10110-ND Female Housing

Fuse Replacement
FUSE FAST-ACT 1.00A 63V 1206 SMD Digikey part WK4661CT-ND

Dimmer Fix
.01uf (10nF) surface-mount capacitor. anyone gotta part number for this guy?
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#140381 - 07/02/2003 20:25 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
tman
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Registered: 24/12/2001
Posts: 5528
One more: Mk1 docking connector part codes for Farnell are RP16 and RS16 according to this

- Trevor


Edited by tman (07/02/2003 20:26)

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#140382 - 07/02/2003 22:56 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tman]
mandiola
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Registered: 26/12/2001
Posts: 386
Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
3 or 4 knob leds, Digikey Part 67-1608 seem to not show up as a product at digikey.

-Greg

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#140383 - 08/02/2003 03:55 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
Warp10
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Registered: 18/02/2002
Posts: 179
Loc: Germany
No, Part # H10110-ND is the 24 pin connector on the back of the empeg which connects to part # H10109-ND.
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#140384 - 08/02/2003 10:50 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
uh... just checked they seem to be showing up just fine for me? You typed those numbers in the parts search box?

Maybe the site was just acting sketchy?
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#140385 - 08/02/2003 10:51 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Warp10]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
Duhhh! Ok I get it... I'll update accordingly thanks!
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#140386 - 08/02/2003 13:12 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
StigOE
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Farnell number for the 10nF cap : 499-225 (size 0805, order multiple=10)

The Farnell number for the resistor pack is 196-770 (the rest is only description).

Btw, what size is Brian using for the SMT LEDs and resistors?
It should be possible to use Farnell number 355-7996 for the white SMT LEDs.
I don't know if he is using 0603 or 0805 size resistors, but here are the Farnell numbers:
100 Ohm (0603): 911-112
100 Ohm (0805): 911-732
10 kOhm (0603): 911-355
10 kOhm (0805): 911-975

Farnell numbers for 3mm LEDs:
941-852 (about the same intensity as Brian's LEDs, but expensive)
352-6847 (less than half the price and half the intensity)

I used a BC857A transistor when I made my boards and that has Farnell number 302-3412

Stig

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#140387 - 08/02/2003 16:03 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: StigOE]
mandiola
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Registered: 26/12/2001
Posts: 386
Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
Ahh I see the problem. I was just entering that in the order... they have 2 different options(with part numbers) to order. Just out of curiosity.. does anyone have a pdf or something of the nob pcb with the 4 leds. I have a kit here to make pcb's but it would be much easier with a template... I just want to try and make one for my empeg since it seems like it will be a while before brian can get some more out.. plus then all I need is the buttons. This is the one that would be great to have a pdf of: <img src="http://www.hulkster.net/empeg/buttons/pics/knoblayout-new.jpg">

Also.. anyone know the digikey number for:
1 SMD Transistor
4 100 Ohm SMD resistors
1 10k Ohm SMD resistor

Thanks ,
Greg


Edited by mandiola (08/02/2003 16:11)

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#140388 - 09/02/2003 12:31 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
Added the 100 Ohm SMD resistor part number to the list, I don't have any of the other numbers, here is the updated, corrected list so far...

LED Hack
Button Materials
Buttons
4 button leds, Digikey Part 67-1606
1 SMD resistor pack, 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT or Farnell 196-770 ARV241-1k-5:RESISTOR ARRAY, 1kOhm (size 1206)

Knob Materials
Knob Board (from Brian) or your own design
1 SMD Transistor
2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors, Digikey part 311-100CCT-ND
1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
3 or 4 knob leds, Digikey Part 67-1608

Sled Plugs
Digikey Part H10109-ND - QR/P6-24P-C(01) Male Housing 1
Digikey Part H10085-ND - QR/P1-PC1A-111 Male Power Terminal 1
Digikey Part H10087-ND - QR/P1-PC2A-111 Male Signal Terminal 22
Female Housing DigiKey part H10110-ND Female Housing (Back of Empeg)

MK1
Plain circular button cap for mk1 Farnell part 917-461
Docking Connectors Farnell parts RP16 and RS16

Hard Drive
2mm HD jumpers
Farnell - 510920 (blue), 510932 (black) and 510944 (red)
Jameco - 119263
Digikey - A26244

Fuse Replacement
FUSE FAST-ACT 1.00A 63V 1206 SMD Digikey part WK4661CT-ND

Dimmer Fix
.01uf (10nF) surface-mount capacitor, Farnell Part 499-225 (size 0805, order multiple=10)

I hate to keep posting this list as it keeps getting bigger and bigger, but I don't really know how else to keep the list updated and intact without just reposting it over and over


Edited by lopan (09/02/2003 12:33)
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#140389 - 09/02/2003 13:09 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
maczrool
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Registered: 13/01/2002
Posts: 1626
Loc: Louisiana, USA
Here's something to add. No Digikey part number as they don't carry them, but here are Molex part numbers:

10-pin header (male) used for internal connections to docking connector, 89400-1020

10-pin housing (female) used for internal connections to docking connector, 87369-1000

Female contacts for above housing, 50212-8100

You can order these as samples if need be.

Stu
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#140390 - 10/02/2003 12:17 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Warp10]
rtundo
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Registered: 27/02/2001
Posts: 569
Loc: Albany, NY
Does anybody know where to get the male/female plugs and wire terminals to make a tuner extension similar to that of the original that came with tuner?

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#140391 - 10/02/2003 13:12 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: rtundo]
tfabris
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Registered: 20/12/1999
Posts: 30555
Loc: Seattle, WA
The wire that comes with the tuner kit is as long as the extension cord on the original tuner was. And you probably shouldn't make it any longer.
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#140392 - 10/02/2003 14:21 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
smu
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Registered: 30/07/2000
Posts: 879
Loc: Germany (Ruhrgebiet)
4 button leds, Digikey Part 67-1606
...
3 or 4 knob leds, Digikey Part 67-1608


It would be even more usefull if you could give the specs on these (diameter, height, connector pitch, electrical parameters), so that those without access to Digikey (or those wanting to order it from a store a little closer) have a chance identifying the parts.

cu,
sven
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#140393 - 10/02/2003 14:34 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: smu]
mtempsch
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Registered: 02/06/2000
Posts: 1986
Loc: Gothenburg, Sweden
Given the parts numbers, the parameters are easily enough found on digi-keys website.

But the main points:

Button LEDs - standard 3mm round housing, radial leads 1U (2.54mm) c/c. Vf=3.6V, 1100mCd

Knob LEDs - 3.2mm x 2.8mm x 1.9mm, Vf=3.6V, 150mCd

/Michael
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#140394 - 10/02/2003 18:36 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
rtundo
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Registered: 27/02/2001
Posts: 569
Loc: Albany, NY
Thanks for the warning Tony, I missed that little bit on legthening the cables.

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#140395 - 10/02/2003 20:51 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mtempsch]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
Speaking of LED information does anyone know if Brian or anyone else ever posted part numbers for the newer LED's he was using? (the milky white ones)
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#140396 - 13/02/2003 01:37 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
mandiola
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Registered: 26/12/2001
Posts: 386
Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
Ok. So i've got just about everything ready to order to light up my empeg. Just need two things: 1 10k Ohm SMD resistor and 1 SMD Transistor. Does anyone know the Digi-key part numbers for these?

Also for the dimmer fix.. will this capacitor from Digi-key work? Digi-Key part 399-1158-1-ND. If so you can add that to your list ; )

Thanks,
Greg

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#140397 - 13/02/2003 06:57 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
As far as the transistor goes, I asked Brian about this a while ago, he didn't remember a specific part number but it's a basic pnp switching transistor. I ordered two different kinds (unfortunately can't find the order or part number to save me) they both worked, one was just microsopic.... A Digikey search should bring up a few results.
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#140398 - 13/02/2003 07:15 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
mkaye
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Registered: 23/08/1999
Posts: 48
I have 19 of the little SMT fuses that go behind the display header on the motherboard. If anyone needs one I'm more than happy to share!!

Ta,

M
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#140399 - 13/02/2003 07:23 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mkaye]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
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Loc: Manassas VA
Thats cool.... Happen to have a part number?
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#140400 - 13/02/2003 08:08 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
lopan
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Registered: 28/01/2002
Posts: 970
Loc: Manassas VA
Just posting the updated list

LED Hack
Button Materials
  • Buttons
  • 4 button leds: Lens Style/Size Round/3mm, Lead Style Radial, Millicandela Rating 1100, Voltage Rating 3.6V, Digikey Part 67-1606
  • 1 SMD resistor pack: 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT or Farnell 196-770 ARV241-1k-5:RESISTOR ARRAY, 1kOhm (size 1206)
    Knob Materials
  • Knob Board: (from Brian) or your own design
  • 1 SMD Transistor
  • 2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors: Digikey part 311-100CCT-ND
  • 1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
  • 3 or 4 knob LEDís: LED WHITE 2.8X3.2MM 150 MCD SMD, Millicandela Rating 150, Voltage Rating 3.6V Digikey Part 67-1608

    Sled Plugs
  • 1 Male Housing: Digikey Part H10109-ND - QR/P6-24P-C(01)
  • 1 Male Power Terminal: Digikey Part H10085-ND - QR/P1-PC1A-111
  • 22 Male Signal Terminals: Digikey Part H10087-ND - QR/P1-PC2A-111
  • Female Housing: (Back of Empeg) DigiKey part H10110-ND

    Internal Connectors
  • 10-pin header (male): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 89400-1020
  • 10-pin housing (female): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 87369-1000
  • Female contacts for above housing: Molex Part 50212-8100

    Mk1
  • Button Cap: Plain circular button cap for mk1 Farnell part 917-461
  • Docking Connectors: Farnell parts RP16 and RS16

    Hard Drive
  • 2mm HD jumpers: Farnell - 510920 (blue), 510932 (black) and 510944 (red), Jameco Ė 119263, Digikey - A26244

    Fuse Replacement
  • SMD Fuse: FUSE 1.00A 63V 1206 SMD Digikey part WK4661CT-ND

    Dimmmer Fix
  • SMD Capacitor: .01uf (10nF) surface-mount capacitor, Farnell Part 499-225 (size 0805, order multiple=10)
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    #140401 - 13/02/2003 08:50 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    mlord
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    Mmm... anybody got a part/order number for the tuner connectors --the one that is part of the sled harness?

    -ml

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    #140402 - 13/02/2003 08:52 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mlord]
    lopan
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    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    Perhaps Patrick can answer that one?
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    #140403 - 13/02/2003 10:00 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    mandiola
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    Registered: 26/12/2001
    Posts: 386
    Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
    Hrm.. So something like this for the transistor? MMBT3906DICT-ND and 311-100CCT-ND for the 10k resistor? Sorry for asking so many questions.. I just dont want to blow up my empeg.

    -Greg

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    #140404 - 13/02/2003 10:33 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    qbasic309
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    Registered: 23/10/2002
    Posts: 110
    what about the vfd display?

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    #140405 - 13/02/2003 10:47 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: qbasic309]
    mandiola
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    Registered: 26/12/2001
    Posts: 386
    Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
    The vfd screen is noritake MN12832E. Someone posted that they dont make them anymore unless you purchase a min of like 100.

    -Greg

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    #140406 - 13/02/2003 11:10 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    qbasic309
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    Registered: 23/10/2002
    Posts: 110
    well.. guess 100 of us need to place an order then.

    you know.. just in case.

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    #140407 - 13/02/2003 11:13 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    lopan
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    Registered: 28/01/2002
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    Loc: Manassas VA
    Don't be sorry thats what this whole thread is about! As far as blowing up your empeg, just make sure the resistor array checks out with a mutimeter and the display itself plugs in correctly (pin alignment), as far as the knob board just test it before you connect it to the empeg...

    As far as the parts you've come up with, they look good to me, but I'm no expert on things of that matter, perhaps Mark or someone with a little more expertise could look those over and give it a blessing?
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    #140408 - 20/02/2003 18:43 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    pgrzelak
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    <bump>

    This thread is too good to lose. In fact, it might be deemed worthy of a FAQ entry???
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    #140409 - 20/02/2003 20:19 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: pgrzelak]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
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    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Hm. Maybe. Anyone have anything else to add to the list?
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    #140410 - 20/02/2003 20:40 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    mandiola
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    Registered: 26/12/2001
    Posts: 386
    Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
    I have the rest of the part numbers for the buttons led's. I'll post then when I get home.

    -Greg

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    #140411 - 26/03/2003 11:14 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    lopan
    old hand

    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    another update

    LED Hack
    Button Materials
  • Buttons
  • 4 button leds: Lens Style/Size Round/3mm, Lead Style Radial, Millicandela Rating 1100, Voltage Rating 3.6V, Digikey Part 67-1606
  • 1 SMD resistor pack: 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT or Farnell 196-770 ARV241-1k-5:RESISTOR ARRAY, 1kOhm (size 1206)

    Knob Materials
  • Knob Board: (from Brian) or your own design
  • 1 SMD Transistor: Digikey part MMBT390DICT-ND
  • 2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors: Digikey part 311-100CCT-ND
  • 1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
  • 3 or 4 knob LEDís: LED WHITE 2.8X3.2MM 150 MCD SMD, Millicandela Rating 150, Voltage Rating 3.6V Digikey Part 67-1608

    Sled Plugs
  • 1 Male Housing: Digikey Part H10109-ND - QR/P6-24P-C(01)
  • 1 Male Power Terminal: Digikey Part H10085-ND - QR/P1-PC1A-111
  • 22 Male Signal Terminals: Digikey Part H10087-ND - QR/P1-PC2A-111
  • Female Housing: (Back of Empeg) DigiKey part H10110-ND

    Internal Connectors
  • 10-pin header (male): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 89400-1020
  • 10-pin housing (female): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 87369-1000
  • Female contacts for above housing: Molex Part 50212-8100

    Mk1
  • Button Cap: Plain circular button cap for mk1 Farnell part 917-461
  • Docking Connectors: Farnell parts RP16 and RS16

    Hard Drive
  • 2mm HD jumpers: Farnell - 510920 (blue), 510932 (black) and 510944 (red), Jameco Ė 119263, Digikey - A26244

    Fuse Replacement
  • SMD Fuse: FUSE 1.00A 63V 1206 SMD Digikey part WK4661CT-ND

    Dimmmer Fix
  • SMD Capacitor: .01uf (10nF) surface-mount capacitor, Farnell Part 499-225 (size 0805, order multiple=10)

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    #140412 - 27/03/2003 14:24 Tuner Connectors! [Re: lopan]
    mlord
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    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    Woo Hoo!

    I noticed one of the local parts shops had a new wall of Molex connectors on display recently, so today I returned with a tuner connector in hand, and.. Found it!

    Tuner Connector (M/F pair with pins): Molex/GC/Waldom WMF-3904PRT

    And on the back it has the individual Molex part numbers:

    UPDATED: corrected male/female, added Digikey numbers

    Recepticle (sled/dock end): 39-01-2080 (digikey WM3703-ND)
    Plug (tuner end): 39-01-2081 (digikey WM3603-ND)
    8pc. Male contacts (pins for tuner): 39-00-0041 (digikey WM2500-ND)
    8pc. Female contacts (pins for sled/dock): 39-00-0039 (digikey WM2501-ND)

    Retail cost at this place was about C$6 for the set, and these guys are generally expensive for most stuff.

    Cheers


    Edited by mlord (27/03/2003 14:48)

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    #140413 - 27/03/2003 14:45 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: mlord]
    lopan
    old hand

    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    LED Hack
    Button Materials
  • Buttons
  • 4 button leds: Lens Style/Size Round/3mm, Lead Style Radial, Millicandela Rating 1100, Voltage Rating 3.6V, Digikey Part 67-1606
  • 1 SMD resistor pack: 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT or Farnell 196-770 ARV241-1k-5:RESISTOR ARRAY, 1kOhm (size 1206)

    Knob Materials
  • Knob Board: (from Brian) or your own design
  • 1 SMD Transistor: Digikey part MMBT390DICT-ND
  • 2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors: Digikey part 311-100CCT-ND
  • 1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
  • 3 or 4 knob LEDís: LED WHITE 2.8X3.2MM 150 MCD SMD, Millicandela Rating 150, Voltage Rating 3.6V Digikey Part 67-1608

    Sled Plugs
  • 1 Male Housing: Digikey Part H10109-ND - QR/P6-24P-C(01)
  • 1 Male Power Terminal: Digikey Part H10085-ND - QR/P1-PC1A-111
  • 22 Male Signal Terminals: Digikey Part H10087-ND - QR/P1-PC2A-111
  • Female Housing: (Back of Empeg) DigiKey part H10110-ND

    Internal Connectors
  • 10-pin header (male): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 89400-1020
  • 10-pin housing (female): Used for internal connections to docking connector, Molex Part 87369-1000
  • Female contacts for above housing: Molex Part 50212-8100

    Mk1
  • Button Cap: Plain circular button cap for mk1 Farnell part 917-461
  • Docking Connectors: Farnell parts RP16 and RS16

    Hard Drive
  • 2mm HD jumpers: Farnell - 510920 (blue), 510932 (black) and 510944 (red), Jameco Ė 119263, Digikey - A26244

    Fuse Replacement
  • SMD Fuse: FUSE 1.00A 63V 1206 SMD Digikey part WK4661CT-ND

    Dimmmer Fix
  • SMD Capacitor: .01uf (10nF) surface-mount capacitor, Farnell Part 499-225 (size 0805, order multiple=10)

    Tuner
  • Tuner Connector (M/F pair with pins): Molex WMF-3904PRT
    Individual Parts
  • Recepticle (sled/dock end?): 39-01-2080 (digikey WM3703-ND)
  • Plug (tuner end?): 39-01-2081 (digikey WM3603-ND)
  • 8pc. Male contacts (pins for tuner): 39-00-0041 (digikey WM2500-ND)
  • 8pc. Female contacts (pins for sled/dock): 39-00-0039 (digikey WM2501-ND)


  • Edited by lopan (27/03/2003 14:52)
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    #140414 - 27/03/2003 14:47 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: lopan]
    mlord
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    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    EDIT: I've updated my post on tuner connectors -- you'll want to cut and paste again..

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    #140415 - 27/03/2003 14:48 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: mlord]
    lopan
    old hand

    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    damn... a little fast on the draw on that one...
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    #140416 - 27/03/2003 14:50 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: lopan]
    mlord
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    Yeah. Oddly enough, what they call a "Plug" is what I think of as a "Recepticle" (the connector on the tuner). But I found pictures of them, and now corrected the naming, and added Digikey numbers.

    -ml

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    #140417 - 06/04/2003 09:20 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: lopan]
    maczrool
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    In reply to:

    # Knob Materials
    # Knob Board: (from Brian) or your own design
    # 1 SMD Transistor: Digikey part MMBT390DICT-ND
    # 2 to 4 100 Ohm SMD resistors: Digikey part 311-100CCT-ND
    # 1 10k Ohm SMD resistor
    # 3 or 4 knob LEDís: LED WHITE 2.8X3.2MM 150 MCD SMD, Millicandela Rating 150, Voltage Rating 3.6V Digikey Part 67-1608

    In reply to:



    I believe that there is a 6 missing in the transistor part number above. It should be MMBT3906DICT-ND

    Stu

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    #140418 - 06/04/2003 09:25 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: StigOE]
    maczrool
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    In reply to:

    I used a BC857A transistor when I made my boards




    I tried that transistor and it didn't work for me. Layout and connections seem fine, but the LEDs won't light unless I bypass the transistor.

    Stu
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    #140419 - 06/04/2003 14:32 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: maczrool]
    mandiola
    enthusiast

    Registered: 26/12/2001
    Posts: 386
    Loc: Miami, FL - Sioux Falls, SD
    This is the complete list of (Digikey) parts I used to light my empeg:

    4 button leds, Digikey Part 67-1606
    1 SMD resistor pack, 1k Ohm, 4 resistors, Digikey part Y4102CT

    1 SMD Transistor MMBT3906DICT-ND
    4 100 Ohm SMD resistors part 311-100CCT-ND
    1 10k Ohm SMD resistor 311-10KACT-ND
    4 knob leds, Digikey Part 67-1608

    -Greg

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    #140420 - 19/05/2003 13:01 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    JBjorgen
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    Registered: 19/01/2002
    Posts: 3389
    Loc: Guadalajara, MX
    Anyone know a part number for laptop hdd screws to add a second drive?
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    #140421 - 19/05/2003 14:54 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mandiola]
    tfabris
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    4 knob leds, Digikey Part 67-1608
    Were those the smaller ones for the 4-LED board, or were they the bigger ones originally intended for the 3-LED board hence causing trouble fitting them to the 4-LED board design?

    Lopan has been editing the list instead of posting a new copy, so I don't know if this number is an update since we discussed it in another thread.
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    #140422 - 19/05/2003 15:53 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    maczrool
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    67-1607 is the part number for the smaller LEDs used in the 4-LED boards. 67-1608 are the larger ones used on the 3-LED boards.

    Stu
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    #140423 - 21/05/2003 21:27 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: maczrool]
    loren
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    Registered: 23/08/2000
    Posts: 3824
    Loc: SLC, UT, USA
    Anyone have a part number for the rotary encoder?? Mine is slipping all over the damn place on my MkII and the volume scaling is really intermittent... if that makes sense. It's the old click click kind.. i'd like to put on one of the newer quiet ones like the MkIIa's have.
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    #140424 - 21/05/2003 22:34 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: loren]
    maczrool
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    It's an Alps product. It is probably part number EC11B15243BB or perhaps, EC11B15243BC. Good luck finding them. It won't be easy.

    Stu
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    #140425 - 21/05/2003 23:07 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: loren]
    tfabris
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Anyone have a part number for the rotary encoder??
    Better question: Can the MK2-style analog-contacts-type rotary encoder be directly replaced with the MK2A-style optical rotary encoder without modifications to the display board?

    Sub-question: If Yes, can the optical version of the encoder be ordered with a round shaft instead of a keyed shaft? I happen to like the looks of the round shaft better when used with the backlit knob.
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    #140426 - 21/05/2003 23:33 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    maczrool
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 13/01/2002
    Posts: 1626
    Loc: Louisiana, USA
    I don't know what the MK2 has for an encoder, but the one on my MK2A is definitely NOT an optical encoder- way too small for one thing, prohibitively expensive and unnecessary for another. I'm not even sure Alps makes an opitcal encoder.

    Stu
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    #140427 - 21/05/2003 23:36 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: maczrool]
    tfabris
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    I could have sworn that someone once said the Mk2 was analog and the Mk2a was optical. I could certainly be wrong. I don't remember where I saw it.
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    #140428 - 22/05/2003 01:09 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: loren]
    rob
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 21/05/1999
    Posts: 5315
    Loc: Cambridge UK
    We have dozens of spare encoders - contact Rob Schofield!

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    #140429 - 22/05/2003 04:54 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    lopan
    old hand

    Registered: 28/01/2002
    Posts: 970
    Loc: Manassas VA
    Were those the smaller ones for the 4-LED board

    These are the original large LEDs, I don't think we could get anyone to cough up those part numbers I actually used the big ones to make my 4 LED board.
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    #140430 - 22/05/2003 09:41 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: maczrool]
    altman
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 19/05/1999
    Posts: 3449
    Loc: Palo Alto, CA
    MkIIa is Alps, MkII is a Meggitt part available from Farnell.

    Hugo

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    #140431 - 22/05/2003 09:53 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    Derek
    addict

    Registered: 16/08/1999
    Posts: 453
    Loc: NRW, Germany
    nah, the only real difference is that the Mk II is surface mount and the mk IIa is thru hole. OK, so the mk IIa also has a keyed shaft and is from a different manufacturer, but electrically they are the same. If you are really clever you could probably fit a mk IIa switch to a mk II as the pin pitches are the same ...
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    #140432 - 22/05/2003 09:59 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: altman]
    loren
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 23/08/2000
    Posts: 3824
    Loc: SLC, UT, USA
    We have dozens of spare encoders - contact Rob Schofield!

    Thanks Rob, i will. So what's the official/nonofficial support email now anyway? The FAQ still says carsupport@sonicblue.com, but is that still active? And other posts people are saying they emailed support@empeg.com. Bueller?

    MkIIa is Alps, MkII is a Meggitt part available from Farnell.

    Thanks Hugo. I couldn't find it in the Farnell catalogue. Looks like it's one of these though:
    http://www.ehag.ch/PDF-Files/Meggitt/Encoders/Encoders-Gesamt%C3%BCbersicht.pdf
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    #140433 - 22/05/2003 10:23 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: loren]
    tfabris
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    The FAQ still says carsupport@sonicblue.com, but is that still active? And other posts people are saying they emailed support@empeg.com. Bueller?
    I'm told that both of those addresses still work. Until I'm officially told otherwise, the FAQ is still correct.
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    #140434 - 18/05/2004 16:28 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    Mach
    old hand

    Registered: 15/07/2002
    Posts: 826
    Loc: Texas, USA
    Can anyone verify the size of the fascia hex socket cap screws? I believe they are M2.5x10. Is this correct?

    Also, has the parts list been added to the FAQ or is this thread the most recent info?

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    #140435 - 17/06/2004 13:45 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Mach]
    genixia
    Carpal Tunnel

    Registered: 08/02/2002
    Posts: 3411
    Can anyone verify the size of the fascia hex socket cap screws? I believe they are M2.5x10. Is this correct?

    Bueller...Bueller...?

    Does anyone know of a source for these? I need 4 new screws and Paul needs one. A few spares wouldn't hurt either.
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    #140436 - 17/06/2004 13:52 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: genixia]
    mlord
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    "fastener supply shop" in the local yellow pages?

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    #140437 - 17/06/2004 14:34 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: genixia]
    Ezekiel
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 25/08/2000
    Posts: 2413
    Loc: NH USA
    Maryland Metrics. MSC Industrial Supply. Fastenal. Digikey.

    (google for 'em)

    -Zeke
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    #140438 - 17/06/2004 14:36 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Ezekiel]
    genixia
    Carpal Tunnel

    Registered: 08/02/2002
    Posts: 3411
    Maryland Metrics apparantly don't sell black oxide 2.5x10, only plain steel.
    Ditto for MSC Industrial Supply.
    Fastenal's only metric hex screws are in expensive kits with a minimum size of M4. Didn't even bother to check finish.
    Digikey don't sell any metric black oxide.

    Next!?
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    #140439 - 17/06/2004 14:52 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: genixia]
    matthew_k
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 12/02/2002
    Posts: 2287
    Loc: Berkeley, California
    Maryland Metrics apparantly don't sell black 2.5x10.

    I'm fairly certain the empegs fascia screws were painted black specifically for empeg.

    Ah yes...

    Matthew

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    #140440 - 17/06/2004 15:22 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: genixia]
    Ezekiel
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 25/08/2000
    Posts: 2413
    Loc: NH USA
    I purchase an M2.5x6 DIN912 SHCS from Metric Screw and Tool Co. ($25 min. order) with a black oxide finish 1-800-METRIC1.

    Also, Metric & Multistandard. http://www.metricmcc.com/

    Search under Metric Item Only for 912 (the DIN #)

    I'd be very suprized to see a bright zinc or uncoated steel socket head cap screw in that size. Stainless and High-Tensile would be more standard.

    -Zeke
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    #140441 - 20/06/2004 22:37 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Mach]
    Mach
    old hand

    Registered: 15/07/2002
    Posts: 826
    Loc: Texas, USA
    Here's the link for Mcmaster-Carr for these. They can be found in alloy steel and stainless steel. They do not appear to have black oxide.

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    #140442 - 23/07/2004 08:49 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Mach]
    Mach
    old hand

    Registered: 15/07/2002
    Posts: 826
    Loc: Texas, USA
    I ordered the M2.5x10mm from McMaster Carr. After re-measuring the original socket head cap screws instead of the ones provided by 303 with my new face, I believe the originals were 12mm. I don't expect it will make much difference but thought I'd posit it.

    On to HD screws, the originals were M3 but what length. I've ordered both 6mm and 8mm. Any idea if these are correct or not? Below are details from the order.

    91801A151
    Metric 316 SS Flat Head Phil Machine Screw M3 Size, 6mm Length, .5mm Pitch, Packs of 100, $6.76

    91801A154
    Metric 316 SS Flat Head Phil Machine Screw M3 Size, 8mm Length, .5mm Pitch, Packs of 100, $6.71

    92290A060
    Metric 316 SS Socket Head Cap Screw M2.5 Thread, 10mm Length, .45mm Pitch, Packs of 50, $6.88

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    #140443 - 25/07/2004 13:33 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    Sheetzam
    member

    Registered: 09/06/1999
    Posts: 105
    Loc: Annandale, VA
    Well, I searched this thread, but didn't find the answer to my question:
    Where can I get a replacement screw for the connector on the back of the empeg?
    My wife's lost one of its two screws, and I know they're very specific parts, as they allow some slop on the connector. Anyone know where I can get a couple replacements?

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    #140444 - 25/07/2004 14:34 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Sheetzam]
    tfabris
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    You could use a regular screw (as long as it was the right length) and just not screw it down all the way. Loctite the hell out of it, and you should be good to go.
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    #140445 - 25/07/2004 15:55 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Sheetzam]
    mlord
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    Just buy one of the connectors. The screws are included with it.

    -ml

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    #140446 - 25/07/2004 16:47 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Sheetzam]
    matthew_k
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 12/02/2002
    Posts: 2287
    Loc: Berkeley, California
    Be careful using the empeg without one of the screws. It's a great way to get your empeg stuck in the sled, which in turn is a great way to break the handle trying to get it out.

    Matthew

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    #140447 - 14/08/2004 02:48 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Mach]
    Mach
    old hand

    Registered: 15/07/2002
    Posts: 826
    Loc: Texas, USA
    I got the hex screws but they're the wrong size. Time to try again.

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    #140448 - 14/08/2004 04:15 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: matthew_k]
    SonicSnoop
    addict

    Registered: 29/06/2002
    Posts: 531
    Loc: Triangle, VA
    Yea I found that out the hard way. It was ok for a while then one day it was jammed in good. I wiggled and pulled and then the handle snapped and even then the empeg didnt pop out. I have since drilled a hole in the two parts of the handle and glued in a needle. That helps hold it together til I can find a replacement handle. Just spend the $5 for the connector and 2 screws. I ordered mine the day before I broke the handle.
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    #140449 - 29/09/2004 00:05 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    FireFox31
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 19/09/2002
    Posts: 2491
    Loc: East Coast, USA
    Does anyone have the part numbers and source that carries the blue and white button switches that connect to the display board and hold the lights and (stock) grey buttons? I want to buy a few so I can send them to molding companies to help determine the "tolerances" for the translucent buttons that are in progress. Thanks.
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    #140450 - 29/09/2004 07:26 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: FireFox31]
    StigOE
    addict

    Registered: 27/10/2002
    Posts: 565
    They're mec switches and manufacturer partno is 3FTL6 and available from Farnell with order code 674-825.

    Stig

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    #140451 - 29/09/2004 16:20 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: FireFox31]
    schofiel
    carpal tunnel

    Registered: 25/06/1999
    Posts: 2991
    Loc: Wareham, Dorset, UK
    There is a dimensional PDF downloadable from both Farnell and the original manufacturer (ALPS, I think).
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    #140452 - 29/09/2004 20:33 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: schofiel]
    StigOE
    addict

    Registered: 27/10/2002
    Posts: 565
    Nope, they're not Alps, it's the Multimec 3F line from mec. The homepage is www.mec.dk

    Stig

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    #140453 - 01/10/2004 02:47 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: StigOE]
    FireFox31
    pooh-bah

    Registered: 19/09/2002
    Posts: 2491
    Loc: East Coast, USA
    Awesome, thanks guys! That should help alot.
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    #140454 - 06/10/2004 09:26 Fan parts list [Re: lopan]
    mdavey
    enthusiast

    Registered: 06/03/2003
    Posts: 269
    Loc: Wellingborough, UK
    Fans
    pca suggests these:
    Farnell 306-2600 40x6mm 5v 5.5cfm (2.6l/s) 26dB(A) ~£9
    Farnell 306-2612 40x6mm 5v 4.35cfm (2.07l/s) 22dB(A) low noise ~£9
    Farnell 306-2624 40x6mm 5v 3.5cfm (1.66l/s) 16dB(A) super low noise ~£9
    (Philip O'Hare reports that the last of those three is quiet)!

    Alternatives:
    Panasonic panaflo fans available from http://www.dorothybradbury.co.uk/ and http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Panaflo-Fan. They don't seem to do a 40x12mm, 40x10mm or 40x6mm fan at the moment, though.
    jaro1.com 40x6mm 5v or 12v
    jaro1.com 40x10mm 5v or 12v
    www.chenghome.com.tw 12v 40x12mm (cha2512)
    www.chenghome.com.tw 5v 40x12mm (cha2505).
    RS 197-4558 40x40x12mm 5.3cfm 21dB(A) ~£23+VAT (ELINA HDF-4012L-12LB)
    ELINA HDF-4012L-12LB 40x12mm
    Sunon KD1204PFB1 40x10mm 8.3cfm (8300rpm) 34.3dB(A)
    Sunon KD1204PKB1 9.1cfm (7400rpm) 27dB(A)
    Plycon 40x10mm (Sunon KD1204PFB1) 8.3cfm (8300rpm) 34.3dB(A) ~$9
    Plycon 40x10mm (Sunon KD1204PKB1) 9.1cfm (7400rpm) 27dB(A) ~$9
    ADDA AD0412MX-K90 12vdc 40x6mm 5.2cfm 23.8dB(A)
    ADDA 40x10mm 4.7cfm 17dB(A)
    (cookie_ARM reports this is very quiet)
    MOUSER 664-D4006MX-12V (AD0412MX-K90 ADDA) 12vdc 40x6mm 5.2cfm 23.8dB(A) ~$9
    Innovative Industrial Co. Ltd (Taiwan) SP401012M 12v 0.06A 6.2cfm 21dB(A)

    Choose hypro bearings in preference to ball bearings if possible - they are quieter

    Hardware
    plastic rivets to hold fan in place: digikey SR-3055B-ND farnell 722-4321or request free samples from Richco US or Richco UK
    .

    Compiled from various postings including this thread:
    http://empegbbs.com/ubbthreads/showflat.php/Cat/0/Number/47765/page//fpart/4/vc/1


    Edited by mdavey (06/10/2004 15:35)

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    #140455 - 08/10/2004 15:51 Re: Fan parts list [Re: mdavey]
    mdavey
    enthusiast

    Registered: 06/03/2003
    Posts: 269
    Loc: Wellingborough, UK
    Quote:
    ADDA 40x10mm 4.7cfm 17dB(A)



    Apparently, the ADDA AD0412MS-G70 40x10mm oil-impregnated sleeve bearing fan is not 17dB(A) 4.7cfm, but 21dB(A) 5.8cfm. The incorrect specifications are widely reported on websites but ADDAs own datasheet confirms the correct values. Rapid Electronics 37-0882, ~£4.50.

    There is also the AD0412MX-G70 40x10mm 12v 5.7cfm 19dB(A) brushless with hypro-bearing. Mouser 664-D4010MX-12V, ~$9.


    Edited by mdavey (08/10/2004 15:52)
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    #140456 - 09/10/2004 11:46 Re: Fan parts list/handle screws? [Re: mdavey]
    newguy1
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    Registered: 26/01/2002
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    Anyone know the size screw that is used to hold the handle on to the player?
    I know,REALLY F&!#KING SMALL
    Seriously though any idea where I could get 1 or more?
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    #140457 - 12/10/2004 01:32 Re: Fan parts list/handle screws? [Re: newguy1]
    FireFox31
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    Registered: 19/09/2002
    Posts: 2491
    Loc: East Coast, USA
    MK1 / 303 Face button caps from Farnell

    Short length16mm (short) black button caps 917 450
    Standard length 19 mm (long) black 914 461
    Short/Standard transparent 311 2445/311 2457

    Ripped from another thread
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    #140458 - 27/10/2004 07:28 Memory upgrades parts list [Re: mdavey]
    mdavey
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    Registered: 06/03/2003
    Posts: 269
    Loc: Wellingborough, UK
    Hi,

    From the posts in the memory upgrade threads, the critical part for a MK2A memory upgrade is
    2 of 4Mx16 3.3v 50ns 4k refresh TSOP-50 EDO DRAM: Micron MT4LC4M16R6TG-5 or equivalent.

    For a MK1 and a MK2 respectively, 4 ICs are required.
    I *think* the correct parts are:
    1Mx16 3.3v 50 or 60ns 1k refresh TSOP-44/50 EDO DROM: Micron MT4LC1M16E5TG-5, Siemens HYB3118165BST-60 or equivalent.

    In particular, I'm not sure about the speed - 50ns or 60ns? Is the refresh right?
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    #140459 - 27/10/2004 08:21 Re: Memory upgrades parts list [Re: mdavey]
    pgrzelak
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    By the way, if anyone needs Mark2A RAM, I still have a bunch of chips left.
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    #140460 - 05/11/2004 03:43 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    RobotCaleb
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    Registered: 15/01/2002
    Posts: 1866
    Loc: Austin
    did this ever get FAQ'ed?

    if so, feel free to unstickify

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    #140461 - 09/11/2004 02:19 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: RobotCaleb]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Quote:
    did this ever get FAQ'ed?


    More or less.
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    #140462 - 05/12/2004 21:05 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    Ezekiel
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    Registered: 25/08/2000
    Posts: 2413
    Loc: NH USA
    Tony - did the parts list above get FAQ'd? I searched using 'parts list' and didn't get a hit. Is is there? Is my search Fu just that weak?

    The changelog seems neglected as well, it reports the last change as July 30, 2002. I assume this is incorrect?

    -Zeke
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    #140463 - 06/12/2004 03:43 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Ezekiel]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Quote:
    Tony - did the parts list above get FAQ'd?

    Not yet. Sometime I'll get around to doing a really nice format and everything. In the meantime, it's stickied here on the BBS.
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    #140464 - 06/12/2004 04:45 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    oliver
    addict

    Registered: 02/04/2002
    Posts: 691
    Quick question, Is this the right fuse

    SMD Fuse: FUSE 1.00A 63V 1206 SMD Digikey part WK4661CT-ND

    to replace this fuse?


    and, would anyone have two spares kicking around they'd like to sell?


    Edited by oliver (06/12/2004 04:46)
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    #140465 - 06/12/2004 07:41 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: oliver]
    mdavey
    enthusiast

    Registered: 06/03/2003
    Posts: 269
    Loc: Wellingborough, UK
    Quote:
    Quick question, Is this the right fuse [part] to replace this fuse [pic]?


    Yes.
    Where are you? Try Rob Scofield (scofiel): carsupport at xs4all. nl. If you are in the US, there are a number of US BBS members that may be willing to sell you a fuse. In the unlikely event that Rob is out of stock and you don't want to wait, I have a spare (I am in the UK).
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    #140466 - 06/12/2004 11:50 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: tfabris]
    Ezekiel
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    Registered: 25/08/2000
    Posts: 2413
    Loc: NH USA
    The sticky is very much appreciated, btw! Thanks for the update.

    -Zeke
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    #140467 - 22/03/2005 23:14 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: Ezekiel]
    mrfixit
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    Registered: 14/06/2002
    Posts: 337
    I found this site and thought I would post it, looks like they might be good leds for the empeg knob... very small and very bright.
    http://www.lc-led.com/View/itemNumber/88
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    #140468 - 02/05/2005 05:23 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mrfixit]
    meast
    stranger

    Registered: 30/12/2001
    Posts: 48
    Anybody ever find a part number for those stepped screws that go into the docking connector on the back of the unit? The connector is really cheap and all, but I'm now buying my third one just to get the screws (which keep falling out).

    Cheers.
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    #140469 - 02/05/2005 05:45 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: meast]
    SonicSnoop
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    Registered: 29/06/2002
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    I dont know the part number for the screws but you might try some locktite on the next ones you install.
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    #140470 - 13/06/2005 04:19 Re: Memory upgrades parts list [Re: pgrzelak]
    Sipho
    member

    Registered: 08/01/2002
    Posts: 103
    Loc: Utah & Silicon Valley
    Quote:
    By the way, if anyone needs Mark2A RAM, I still have a bunch of chips left.


    I'm interested. What is the price and minimum order quantity?

    -- Craig

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    #140471 - 15/12/2005 10:05 Rear Sled Connector [Re: Sipho]
    bad
    new poster

    Registered: 13/11/2005
    Posts: 21
    Loc: Hong Kong
    I'd like to make a custom harness with molex connectors to make adding the sled plug n play (as well as putting back my deleted RCA connectors for the tuner).

    This is the correct part to go on the sled I believe and I would like to know which are the correct connectors to add in at the back after attaching the wires.

    Thanks.


    Attachments
    272254-QR^P6-24P-C(01).jpg (411 downloads)



    Edited by bad (15/12/2005 10:06)
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    #140472 - 15/12/2005 10:20 Re: Rear Sled Connector [Re: bad]
    bad
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    Registered: 13/11/2005
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    Loc: Hong Kong
    I guess it is this one for everything other than power

    Digikey Part No. H10087-ND


    Attachments
    272255-QR^P1-PC2A-111(12).jpg (398 downloads)

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    #140473 - 15/12/2005 11:29 Re: Rear Sled Connector [Re: bad]
    JBjorgen
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    Consult the shiny new Empeg Wiki
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    #140474 - 15/12/2005 18:20 Re: Rear Sled Connector [Re: JBjorgen]
    wfaulk
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    Registered: 25/12/2000
    Posts: 16706
    Loc: Raleigh, NC US
    Nice work!

    Maybe we can unsticky this post after someone modifies the FAQ. I'd say that we could use another post or two in the FAQ forum here pointing people at the Wiki for third-party software, the Hijack FAQ, replacement parts, etc., in addition to the normal FAQ.
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    #140475 - 16/12/2005 18:33 Replacement Parts List [Re: wfaulk]
    wfaulk
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    Registered: 25/12/2000
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    Loc: Raleigh, NC US
    The Replacement Parts List now resides on the Empeg Wiki.

    I'm de-sticky-ing the thread and editing the original post. Tony, could you please update the FAQ and, perhaps, put a thread in the FAQ forum?
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    #140476 - 17/12/2005 23:38 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: wfaulk]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
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    Loc: Seattle, WA
    I had been meaning to get around to putting the parts list in the FAQ and never did. So I just put an entry in the FAQ linking to the parts list.
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    #140477 - 12/01/2006 16:40 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: lopan]
    mlord
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    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    IDE Header: 44-pin 2mm spacing, male, surface-mount, Molex #87759-4450, Digikey #WM18669. Also wikkied.

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    #140478 - 31/01/2006 00:38 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mlord]
    cshuttle43
    journeyman

    Registered: 03/01/2002
    Posts: 73
    Sure....but how do I replace the RCA connectors...? I've been looking all over the place for replacement RCA connectors (connectors that just end in tinned wire, and aren't terminated with another RCA connection) and I can't seem to locate them.

    I suppose I could clip the ends of existing RCA cables, but I'd like to achieve some semblance of audio quality here. Any pointers would be great.

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    #140479 - 31/01/2006 01:12 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: cshuttle43]
    mlord
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    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    Radio Shack.

    Digikey.com

    Frys.

    Any other electronic components place.

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    #140480 - 31/01/2006 02:21 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: mlord]
    cshuttle43
    journeyman

    Registered: 03/01/2002
    Posts: 73
    I did see them at Radio Shack, but they're male only which would require an adapter. I also took a look at digikey, but they only sell completed adapters, it would appear.

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    #140481 - 31/01/2006 04:09 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: cshuttle43]
    adavidw
    addict

    Registered: 10/11/2000
    Posts: 497
    Loc: Tucson, AZ USA
    Something like this?
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    #140482 - 31/01/2006 13:40 Re: General Parts list.... [Re: adavidw]
    cshuttle43
    journeyman

    Registered: 03/01/2002
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    Rock and roll...I get it now; thanks!

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    #307154 - 11/02/2008 16:37 Re: Tuner Connectors! [Re: maczrool]
    mlord
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    Registered: 29/08/2000
    Posts: 13494
    Loc: Canada
    Originally Posted By: maczrool
    Quote:

    # 1 SMD Transistor: Digikey part MMBT390DICT-ND

    I believe that there is a 6 missing in the transistor part number above. It should be MMBT3906DICT-ND

    Now discontinued. The RoHS compliant replacement is MMBT3906-FDICT-ND

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    #326158 - 17/09/2009 18:00 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: wfaulk]
    wfaulk
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    Registered: 25/12/2000
    Posts: 16706
    Loc: Raleigh, NC US
    Originally Posted By: wfaulk
    The Replacement Parts List now resides on the Empeg Wiki.

    I'm de-sticky-ing the thread and editing the original post. Tony, could you please update the FAQ and, perhaps, put a thread in the FAQ forum?

    Sigh.

    Restickifying.
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    #335926 - 09/08/2010 15:10 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: wfaulk]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Anyone know how to locate and order Mark 2 docking connector parts? Both sled-side and player-side.

    Right now I think I might be looking for a couple extra parts of the player-side half of the mark 2 docking connector. Both the plastic bit and the pins.

    I recall someone in another thread was inquiring about something similar recently.
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    #335942 - 09/08/2010 23:06 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: tfabris]
    Shonky
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    Registered: 12/01/2002
    Posts: 1914
    Loc: Brisbane, Australia
    If they are the same as Mk2A (and I'm pretty sure they are), I still have a bunch of docking connector sled side (only) pieces. Would be fairly economical to post from Australia.

    Otherwise Digikey
    http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSear...Words=H10087-ND
    http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSear...Words=H10086-ND
    (for the sled parts at least)

    See also down below for "related" parts.
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    #335979 - 10/08/2010 18:28 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: Shonky]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Thanks, but my main desire is for the Mk2/Mk2a player-side bits for now. The big black plastic piece as well as the little pins.
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    #335980 - 10/08/2010 18:31 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: tfabris]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Trying to follow those digikey links to the "for use with" items, I'm only seeing the sled-side pieces, not the player-side pieces. frown
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    #335981 - 10/08/2010 18:37 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: tfabris]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
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    Aha, there we go.

    Had to open up the datasheet PDF and locate the mfr part number and type that into the search box at Digikey.
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    #335982 - 10/08/2010 18:39 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: tfabris]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
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    Except, looking at the actual player itself, even though that's the correct number of pins, the picture doesn't look right for their arrangement compared to the player.
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    #335983 - 10/08/2010 18:46 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: tfabris]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
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    This one looks a lot more like it. Still some minor differences but those might just be cosmetic? Hm.

    Edit: Ima order me summa dat.
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    #335984 - 10/08/2010 18:54 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: tfabris]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Except... ARGH... there are four different kinds of crimp terminals listed that go with that part. Which one is the correct one?

    Aha: Figured it out. The connector has two different kinds of slots: The 22 "signal" terminals and the 2 "power" terminals.

    Each of those types of crimp terminals comes in two flavors: Thin wire and thick wire flavors.

    I think I can make an informed buying decision now.

    Thanks for your help in getting me started on locating the part, Shonky!

    For future reference for this thread, it's the QR/P6 SERIES, not the QR/P1 SERIES that we want.
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    #337296 - 17/09/2010 17:23 Re: Replacement Parts List [Re: tfabris]
    tfabris
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    Registered: 20/12/1999
    Posts: 30555
    Loc: Seattle, WA
    Following up: Yes, that turns out to be the correct part for the MK2 player-side docking connector, the QR/P6 Series. The parts I received fit perfectly.

    The blade terminals that are linked to it come in four flavors: Large terminals for the two large power pins, and smaller terminals for the remaining smaller docking pins. Each of those comes in two flavors for two different gauges of wire to crimp.
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