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Needed to open up my Pro 3 SE

Re: Needed to open up my Pro 3 SE
« Reply #20 on: June 25, 2021, 09:55:40 PM »
I am also supposed to have a board in a week or 2 in order to do a swap.
Hope it was relatively easy.

Re: Needed to open up my Pro 3 SE
« Reply #21 on: June 26, 2021, 04:14:33 PM »
I am also supposed to have a board in a week or 2 in order to do a swap.
Hope it was relatively easy.

It is. Did your sequential helper send you the instructions? If not i'm sure they'll gladly send them over before your new board arrives. But overall it's pretty user-friendly, just go slow in removing each of the components since they're all pretty tiny & don't use too much force. I don't know anything about electronics and was able to do mine. Good luck, friend !
Pro 3, P6

Re: Needed to open up my Pro 3 SE
« Reply #22 on: July 01, 2021, 11:13:01 AM »
So i got instructions from sequential a little video on one of the steps. The pro3 now sounds great. I have just noticed if i turn a pitch knobs on a oscialtor left or counter clockwise. I get a +1 before i get a -1.

So it goes 0 to +1 to 0 again then to negative one. I can actually make it land on the +1 if i turn it counter clockwise slowly.

I hope this is just a minor bug or something because now everything else seems to be working fine.