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    Links to Crate schematics

    http://web.archive.org/web/20030515114810/http://www.stlouismusic.com/downloads/division_logos/Schematics/Crate_Schematics/
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    BFX100B
    BFX15A
    BFX25A
    BFX50A
    BV120H~1
    BX-100N
    BX-160++
    BX-25+
    BX-440H
    BX-50+
    BX15CA
    BXH-220
    CA112A~1
    CA112D~1
    CA30A_~1
    CA60A_~1
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    CSM
    CSM1402A
    CSM802A
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    DX212C
    DXFCB
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    DXJFCA
    GFX-12~1
    GFX-212A
    GFX-65A
    GFX15
    GFX20A
    GFX30A
    GFX50A
    GX-120HA
    GX-140C
    GX-20M+
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    GX15CA
    GX15RCA
    GX212CA
    GX65CA
    GX900HA
    KX-100+
    KX-50+
    KX15CA
    KX220A
    LS_SER~1
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    PA-8N
    PA4CA
    PA4FXA
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    PA8FXA
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    PCM-8D~1
    PFM-65N
    PFR12A~1
    PFRSUBA
    PX700A
    PX800A
    PX900A
    SM1SPA
    SM2SRSA
    SM3PEA
    SM4CLB
    SM5HPA
    SPA140~1
    SPA400A
    TX-30
    TX50
    VC-508
    VC3112~1
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    CRATE 48301H4
    CRATE B10 BASS COMBO
    CRATE B150 BASS COMBO
    CRATE B60 BASS COMBO
    CRATE BLUE-VOODOO 60W
    CRATE BV120
    CRATE CA15
    CRATE FLEXWAVE GUITAR AMP
    CRATE G60
    CRATE GFX65T, GFX-120T
    CRATE GT 200 POWER AMP
    CRATE GT 200 PREAMP
    CRATE GT 50
    CRATE GT 65 120A
    CRATE GT-80 DSP
    CRATE GT-80 MODIFIED
    CRATE GTX 212
    CRATE GTX15A
    CRATE GX 120, GX 212
    CRATE GX 65 SCH Audio SM 811 KB
    CRATE GX-15
    CRATE GX-40CDSP GUITAR-AMP
    CRATE GXT-100
    CRATE PA4
    CRATE PA4FXA POWERED MIXER
    CRATE PA-6 PA-8
    CRATE PA-8 MIXER
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    CRATE PALOMINO V32
    CRATE TX 15
    CRATE TX 50A SCH Audio SM 185 KB
    CRATE V18-112 VER.2
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    CRATE V50
    CRATE VC-2110
    CRATE VC2110 2XEL84 GUITAR PA 1994
    CRATE VC3112 POWERAMP
    CRATE VC3112 PREAMP
    CRATE VINTAGE CLUB20 VC2112R
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    Crate GT 200 power amp
    Crate GT 200 preamp
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    Crate GTX15a
    Crate GX 120 212
    Crate GX 65
    Crate V32 Palomino
    Crate VC210
    Crate VC3112 poweramp
    Crate VC3112 preamp
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    DX112-DX212
    GT50
    GT80DSP
    GX130C
    GXT-100
    MX120R
    Powerblock
    PX800TLX
    RFX-series
    TD50C
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    V32H-Palomino
    V33H
    V50-112
    V50-Palomino
    V100H
    V212B
    VC50
    VC3112
    VTX212
    http://www.tube-town.de/ttforum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=15027.0;attach=26313 (Crate GT-100H Stealth)
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    http://www.clubdediagramas.com/archivo/audio-equipos-de-musica-amplificadores-reproductores-etc-a7/crate-m163/
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    http://www.schematicsunlimited.com/c/crate

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    http://www.eserviceinfo.com/index.php?what=search2&searchstring=crate

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    http://www.4tubes.com/SCHEMATICS/Music-amps/Crate/

    http://el34world.com/charts/Schematics1.php (Find Crate)

    http://schems.com/manu/crate/crate.htm

    http://chasingtone.com/yourguitaramp/resources/schematics/ (Find Crate)

    http://www.shedradios.com/crate.html (CRATE CR-112)

    http://www.blueguitar.org/new/schem/misc_amp/ (Find Crate)

    http://diagramasde.com/audio/Crate

    http://trentstuff.com/Crate/crate_vintage_club_50.pdf (Crate Vintage Club 50)

    https://sites.google.com/site/guitartubeamprepair/Home/crate-vc5310-schematic (Crate VC5310)

    http://music-electronics-forum.com/t17014/ (Crate Taxi TX15)

    http://music-electronics-forum.com/t10017/ (Crate V33 & V33H)

    http://music-electronics-forum.com/attachments/24047d1372522038-crate-ca-125.pdf
    (Crate CA-125)

    http://music-electronics-forum.com/t34600/ (Crate Gremlins)

    http://music-electronics-forum.com/t34729/ (Crate XLP preamp)

    http://music-electronics-forum.com/attachments/26198d1383527121-crate-gx130c-sch.pdf
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    Crate Schematic Requests

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    Crate has all the schematics right on their website now.

    https://service.loudtechinc.com/loud/#/category/1

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    It asks for username and password.
    Can anybody register or it's only for Loudtech registered Techs?
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    https://supportloudtech.netx.net/loud-public/#category/12994

    Crate schematics

    A series
    B series
    C series
    D series
    F series
    G series
    K series
    M series
    P series
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    Hello all. Great forum, I am looking at many posts , very interesting and amazed at the expert advice given.
    I've been searching for a Crate BFX100 schematic. Looked through the archives, and links but no go. I usually work mainly on vintage radios, and some musical equipment, however my resources do not cover that amp. I really hate to work blindly, and hopefully I will be able to find either a service manual or the diagram.
    I did find the BX100 and was not sure if they shared the same power supply, where I believe the problem is.
    Any help is greatly appreciated.
    Gary.

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    You didn't describe a problem. The power supplies appear to be the same, simple +/-40v with drops to 16v zeners for the preamp.

    A quick look at the two shows even the same part numbers, so your BX100 would likely work for power supply.

    The boards look alike, I suspect the difference between the two models is the addition of a digital FX board in the BFX100.

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    Thank you Enzo.
    I am suspecting the power supply. The unit was given to me, and didn't have a fuse installed. I put in a fuse and upon powerup there was a 1/4 second of hum before the fuse blew.
    I deal with PS hum all the time in vintage radios, failed shorted caps or rectifier bridges bad. I'll start with the basics on this amp before attempting another powerup. The BX100 diagram shows a straightforward supply, and if it is similar to the BFX with the effects module) I should have no trouble.
    Generally I'd think if the trouble was in someplace other than the PS the unit would still power up but not work right. An immediate shutdown to me might indicate the filter caps, bridge or even the output transistors.
    An exact diagram would be great if possible, (all the sources online lead to no file) but I'll do the best I can with the other drawing.
    Thanks for your kind reply sir.

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    Actually, it is WAY more likely you have a shorted output transistor than a power supply failure. Of course the PS can fail, but a lot less often than the outputs. If the PS is the problem, a shorted rectifier diode or bridge is WAY more likely than a shorted filter cap.

    And it takes mere seconds with an ohm meter to check all those for shorted condition.

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    Thanks Enzo,
    I will add that to the troubleshooting list before powerup. I do have a couple of transistor testers.

    I've has bridges fail before in 70s stereo systems,easy to test with the Ohmmeter. The 2 filter caps will probably get changed as a general rule while I have the board out. I didn't want to hijack this thread with repair and troubleshooting, and if I have other issues, I'll start a new thread on one of the repair columns. Thanks for your thoughts Enzo.

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    An ohm meter is perfectly fine for detecting shorted transistors.

    Please do yourself a favor and fix what is wrong with the amp so it works, only THEN go back and do all the cap updates and stuff.

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    Hi Enzo,
    Ok, I can check the transistors first, then possibly bring it up on the Variac? Maybe I am 'cap shy' due to the hundreds of failed electrolytics I've come across over the years. I know that the other caps should be replaced later on, I was only worried about the 2 filter caps in the power supply for right now.
    What I was thinking, 'if' one of those filters is shorted, it might take out a new transistor if I had to replace one or more.
    If for example there is a shorted or super leaky (electrically) cap, the amp probably wouldn't work.
    It will be a couple of weeks before I start in this amp, having to finish up a couple of 30's radios right now.
    Appreciate the advice, and will report back when I get into the board. Take care.

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    BFX100.zip

    The output section uses mosfet transistors.
    If they are damaged in any way, they may not take out the fuse immediately.

    Until you get the amp stable, Remove The Load on the output.
    (ie: no speaker or dummy load)

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    Thank you sir, for the drawings.
    I will make a note of that, to remove the load. The fuse was popping almost immediately upon powerup, with a tiny fraction of a second of 60 cycle hum.
    I have an account at Mouser in case I need to order the MOSFETS.
    Some basic tests first and I will go from there. I'll definitely report back when I get the chassis on the bench. Thanks again Jazz for the file, and kind reply.
    Gary.

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    I have restored many jukebox amps from the 1930s on up to the present day. I can usually expect to replace most every cap in a 1950s Seeburg. After all, they are 60 years old. But your BX is not 50 years old. So it might need some caps, or not, but they won't be the first things on my list.

    I use a variac, but this might be a good place for the well known "light bulb limiter".

    If you think a main filter might be shorted, then measure it and find out, that is why god made ohm meters.

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    During the repairs, "coarse" setting and tests output stage, the best protection are resistors (or battery resistance) 100-200 Ohm / 100W in a positive and negative side of the power output stage.

    For a voltage to +/- 60V they limit the current output transistors to a value 0.3 - 0.6A corresponding to dissipation of 20 - 40W, and this value submitted most of the output transistors.

    When the output stage repaired and quiescent current is set to the desired value, remove protective resistors, readjust quiescent current.
    Now output stage is ready to test on the oscilloscope and dummy load for rated power and symmetry sinus.

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    Enzo, I do have a 'dim bulb ' tester for testing for shorts, saved me a lot of times. The first test I give a vintage radio.
    On the older equipment, it's a given that all paper caps be replaced, such a the Seeburg.
    I know the BX is not that old, and hopefully the filters are fine. I suspect all the other caps in the board are fine. I have no history on this amp, (only that is was presented to me without a fuse installed) and was not sure if it was abused or not. Once the power supply is verified as good, (and inspecting the output mosfet transistors) I can do as VintageTiki suggests.

    I do have an older Tektronix scope, if it come to that point.
    Vintagetiki, thanks for your tips, copied and saved.
    Although I have been doing old radios since the mid 70's, the pro music equipment repair is a departure from what I know. Some basics remain, but I hope to widen my knowledge on this kind of equipment. Thanks to you all, and will report what I find in a couple of weeks.
    Gary.

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    Good links for those that have not used or heard of a Dim Bulb Tester. I've been a member of the ARF for many years, and the DBT is one of the first piece if equipment we recommend. Some get fancy with building one, others build it simple.
    If your equipment has a short, the bulb will light brightly, protecting your equipment.

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    Hi guys,
    Just an update on the BFX100. I finally got it on the bench. Recitifier bridge, caps and supporting parts tested ok in the power supply. I went right to the MOSFETS, both were shorted. Supporting parts on the small power amp board were fine.
    A member here told me that he would have like to see Crate use a larger heat sink on them.
    Parts ordered from Mouser should be here this week.
    Upon powerup, I may use the dim bulb, in the rare case something else is shorted, but I am pretty confident the amp will work.

    Another note, I found a few fractured solder pads on the main board, and the 10 pin connector to the main amp board. I've see these fractures on many home theater systems, especially on large resistors, and amp modules.
    Thanks and will let you know what happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gary rabbitt View Post
    Upon powerup, I may use the dim bulb, in the rare case something else is shorted, but I am pretty confident the amp will work.
    Edit that statement to say... "Upon powerup, I WILL use the dim bulb, in the rare case something else is shorted, but I am pretty confident the amp will work."

    Variacs with ammeter will work too, but sometimes the amp will have a relay that kicks on after about 90VAC or so. I have a few of those confident moments where I started the amp up and the light bulb was still shinning bright. Better safe than sorry.

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    Thanks Dr. Gonz,
    Yes I WILL use the dim bulb tester (Standard practice on the vintage radios I do).
    I have a Variac and Ammeter too. I don't see a relay in the power supply, so that's not an issue.
    Parts should be here tomorrow or Saturday. Will keep you informed.
    Thanks!

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    Hi guys,
    Just an update. I replaced the MOSFETS, as both were totally shorted. All other parts checked out ok.
    Powered up after the dim bulb check, Variac started to hear audio. Full voltage, a brief test it was functioning good.
    I set the bias adjustment per specs on the schematic. All voltages looked on spec.

    It sounds great, the effects functions as it should.
    One thing I noted, it did not use thermal paste on the MOSFETS. Paste was only used on a small transistor held down by the heat sink>
    The MOSFET used 'Si pads', which I read it was not recommended that thermal paste to be used. The parts did not get hot at all after 1/2 hour of being powered up.
    Thanks to all that gave he help on this amp, it's really appreciated.
    If any of you all ever need a diagram or help with a vintage radio, give me a shout.
    Take care, Gary.

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    Silipads by themselves are fine.

    No need for the grease.

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    Thank you Kiki, Unfortunately the EService page didn't have the model I needed at the time. I was able to get the diagrams from another member, and I subsequently repaired the amp. Still working fine after replacing the MOSFETS that were all shorted. I usually check Eservice as sometimes they will have diagrams on other things I work on.They are a good resource.

    Appreciate the reply though, have a great evening!
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