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EDP not working

hi folks,
in fact the sockets for the memory are probably the tackiest quality I´ve ever seen. When my friend Frank - who is a noted computer tech - replaced the original 4 mb with 16 mb SIMMs, he didn´t manage to get the original components out of their sockets. Using more force after tender and careful pulling resulted in contact brackets from the sockets getting loose. We were in for a sweat when we fixed this by reseating the contacts and prayed it would work after that. Luckily it did but... the other EDP had exactly the same problem. Luckily I knew what was about to happen.
Upgrading the Jam Man was a good deal easier.
Stephen / [´ramp]
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Firman" <maf@mlswebworks.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 5:03 AM
Subject: Re: EDP Not Working

> Try opening it up and re-seating the memory. When the memory or the
> EPROMs wiggle
> out of their sockets (and they do - particularly if you tote the thing
> around) all sorts of
> strange behavior ensues.
> On Jan 7, 2004, at 9:29 PM, Matthew Wiley wrote:
> > Turned the EDP on and the loop 4 screen came up and everything was
> > normal, input was getting signal.  the front panel buttons won't work
> > when you scroll through the functions, nothing comes up in
> > P1...P2....the front is lit up except for overdub and undo they aren't
> > lit at all.  any ideas?
> >
> > thanks
> > -matt
> >
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