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MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby Soul One » 17:28, 15 July 2016

What´s up fam,

I had to change some sliders on my 2nd MV so I needed to disassemble it completely. I am sharing the pics I have taken during the process, I hope they come in handy for ya...

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I haven´t documented the few minor steps like removing the backplate, the sidepanels, etc. I think you guys can figure this out yourselves easily ;)
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Re: MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby JUKE179r » 14:42, 23 July 2016

I don't know how I missed this post. Danke Soul One!
I really need to break both my MV's all way down to spring clean them.
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Re: MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby JUKE179r » 02:14, 2 March 2017

BTW... What was the part number for the sliders and where did you get them from?
Thx!
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Re: MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby Soul One » 13:54, 2 March 2017

I got the sliders from Roland Germany directly. Can´t remember the part number, but you can easily look it up in the service manual.

I wasn´t able to source this part from Mouser or the likes because it was discontinued a long time ago. Luckily Roland still had some.
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Re: MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby JUKE179r » 13:50, 3 March 2017

Cheers!
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Re: MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby Soul One » 15:07, 3 March 2017

The original sliders were made by Panasonic. What makes them special is the pin layout. Like I said, I wasn't able to source them for a price that's cheaper than the ones from Roland directly. I saw them on alibaba and some other sites...in some cases for ridiculous prices!
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Re: MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby drmnaga78 » 19:41, 6 March 2017

SoulOne, have you got any pics of the other side of the final PCB, the one with the buttons,sliders knobs etc?
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Re: MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby Soul One » 20:55, 6 March 2017

Unfortunately only from the part where the sliders are. Let me know if that would help and I´ll upload it here!
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Re: MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby apex » 14:18, 4 April 2017

Yes it would help!!! Thanks in advance.
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Re: MV-8800 complete disassembly with pics

Postby apex » 14:27, 4 April 2017

Yes please post any and all additional pictures if you still have them. Thanks in advance!!
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