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    Thumbs up Need schematic for Adams S7A mk2

    Hi, received this machine with someblown parts.I request you,to kindly help me find schematic for ADAMS S7A mk2 .Thanks to you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajan Paliwale View Post
    Hi, received this machine with someblown parts.I request you,to kindly help me find schematic for ADAMS S7A mk2 .Thanks to you all.
    At $28,000 each and still in production the owner should be taking them back to Adam. You would be really lucky to get a schematic for this from anywhere.

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    Agree and add: it very probablyhas at least some proprietary/custom made components, even custom made ICs, which wonīt be available outside the Manufacturer.

    Guess not an easy job for regular Techs which are not Factory Authorized. (AWSC=Authorized Warranty Service Center)

    What Country are you in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J M Fahey View Post
    Agree and add: it very probablyhas at least some proprietary/custom made components, even custom made ICs, which wonīt be available outside the Manufacturer.

    Guess not an easy job for regular Techs which are not Factory Authorized. (AWSC=Authorized Warranty Service Center)

    What Country are you in?
    ..and further add... think about your liability if it all goes horribly wrong. Adam may not touch it then and you'll looking at a very large bill. Sometimes you have to know when to run away.

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    Yes some times it is good to listen.I advised the customer to take it to authorised service center.But I dont think Adams have service center in India.

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    Where did your customer buy it?

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    My customer is from film audio production.He brought from London

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    Ok, tell him to write Factory and ask them what to do.

    Itīs an expensive PRO product, they will try to find a solution.

    They might even send you a schematic and needed parts if they want to avoid shipping it back and forth but I am only guessing.

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    Here are the schemes from DYA: Adams.zip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz P Bass View Post
    Here are the schemes from DYA: Adams.zip
    These are for he S1. He needs the S7 MK2.

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