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Lexicon PCM 80 PCM 90 Repairs Reverb/Delay Processors (HW)
Old 24th September 2014
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Hi,

I've got a (new old stock) Futuba display for pcm 80 & 81 vs pcm 91 & 92 for sale.
If someone needs it, you can contact me...
Thanks

David
Old 13th April 2015
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Hi,

my PCM 80, doesn't start up properly it says, E4, do you happen to know what this means? its turns on and works about 1/3 of the time.. every other time is just says e4...
Old 15th April 2015
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Lexicon screens AVAILABLE NOW!

Hi everyone I have a line on some PCM 80 screens if we could do a group buy. There are 16 available and with the group buy the screens would be 160 each!
Email me at
[email protected]
Old 21st April 2015
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Just taken some bad caps off my faded display. New ones arrive tomorrow and I'll report back. The caps has electrolytic leaking from inside and one was slightly bulged too.
Old 22nd April 2015
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ok my display is back! i'll post of details later on my blog but its a relatively easy fix if you have a SMD heatgun. The caps are big too and you can check if you have a problem by looking inside and seeing if the two big caps on the display board are wobbly. You should get 5v on both caps and -6-7v on the 3.3uf small case tantalum cap.
Old 10th June 2015
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Can you let me know how much you charge to repair the PCM80? Thanks,
Gordon
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Old 22nd June 2015
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Ipagross sent you an email but i have not heard further.
Separately, someone has sent me another dead Futaba Display and i'll see if i can revive it and report back.
Old 23rd June 2015
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Demonslave View Post
Hi everyone I have a line on some PCM 80 screens if we could do a group buy. There are 16 available and with the group buy the screens would be 160 each!
Email me at
[email protected]
New Displays including the Inverter are available for around $30 bucks dependant on what's required, see the Cult of Eventide forum, for an H3000 display and that same company can send a new display, inverter or fix the old display with a new Blue/Green LCD or LED Display

Regards
TheLastByte
Old 23rd June 2015
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Originally Posted by nevilleJames17 View Post
Hi,

my PCM 80, doesn't start up properly it says, E4, do you happen to know what this means? its turns on and works about 1/3 of the time.. every other time is just says e4...
Of the top of my head E4 or E7 means the RAM you put into the unit is of the wrong parity - Take out the chips from the Daughterboard, and order 2 units of 4 Meg Simms as per Manual. (Around $40-60 bucks dependant on how many ordered), a tube of 25 can be $100 bucks etc.

Regards
TheLastByte
Old 30th April 2016
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Current Replacement PSU Info for Lexi PCM80,81,91

Artesyn Embedded Technologies Switching Power Supply-NFS40-7610
available at Mouser Electronics. +/- 15VDC and +5VDC-pinout is correct

I just resurrected a PCM80 and a PCM81 that died from a lightening strike.
Old 3 weeks ago
  #71
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Transparent green display screen replacement

Hi everyone, bought a faulty PCM 80 (
Now I'm searching for a display filter replacement.
Any tip would be appreciated! Thank you.

Regards
dotted8
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Old 3 weeks ago
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Contact Steve Lenham right away
steveatbendentech.co.uk where "at" needs to be changed into @.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fusoid View Post
Artesyn Embedded Technologies Switching Power Supply-NFS40-7610
available at Mouser Electronics. +/- 15VDC and +5VDC-pinout is correct

I just resurrected a PCM80 and a PCM81 that died from a lightening strike.
FUSOID

hope you get this...

did you install the NFS40-7610 in your dead PCMs as they are? No changes?
Plug 'n' play sort of thing?

Thanks!
Old 3 weeks ago
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disassembling the front panel

Btw, if anybody is struggling disassembling the front panel...
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