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HELP! Akai S1000:can't find scsi fuse Drum Machines & Samplers
Old 9th July 2017
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HELP! Akai S1000:can't find scsi fuse

Hoping someone on this forum may be able to shed some kight on this as i posted it on the other samplers forum but haven't had any luck yet:
Has anyone got details or better still a picture of where the akai s1000 scsi fuse location is??
I've been all over the forums and google and have come to the conclusion that the fuse is probably blown. So im going to replace it with one of those resettable fused mentioned Here:
SCSI Terminators

But for all the detailed description of the fuse and likely location I'll be buggered if i can find anything remotely like what he describes on the scsi card OR the mainboard
I'm not sure how to add pictures but when i work it out I'll post some of the card itself.
UPDATE: i have another s1000 I bought as spares or repairs and I've taken it completely ti bits so i could see every component and I'm still inthe dark.
Nothing on any of the circuit boards inc the scsi board looks remotely like an N25 fuse, or any fuse appart from the glass ones relating to the power supply.
I've scoured the s1000HD service manual too and I can't find a thing.
I'm hoping im just a blind idiot and somebody can help me out.
Any suggestions of other forums to post this would be great too.
Thanks to anyone that is willing to help me on this. :worthy: :worthy: :worthy:
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