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I was having a hard time finding the problem with this Mackie 1604 unit. I didn't have a schematic. Went looking on the web and found your site and the price was more then reasonable. Ordered it and within the hour had the manual and within 15 minutes had the unit fixed. Best $4.99 I ever spent. Thank you.
This is a service manual in every sense of the word ( French and German versions of the text are included, as well as English..)
There are explanations of the mechanical and electrical functions, plenty of mechanical drawings, and the needed schematics. The quality of the scanning is excellent - all the component values are clearly legible - and very usefully there are pcb component layouts, so you can find a component on the schematic, and then very quicky pinpoint its physical location on the relevant pcb.
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Removing the main board (See Fig.24,25)
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, the DVD mechanism assembly, the front panel assembly and the rear cover/ rear panel. 1. Remove the two screws N and the three screws O. Remove the heat sink. 2. Disconnect the wires from connector CN307 and CN310, the card wire from CN312 on the main board on the left side of the body. 3. Remove the screw board. P and Q attaching the main Fig.24
CN303 CN304 Main board CN305 CN306 Heat sink Heat sink Main board
4. Disconnect connector CN303, CN304, CN305 and CN306 on the main board. Release the two joints e at the bottom. 5. Draw out the main board and disconnect the card wire and the wire from connector CN302 and CN311.
CN302 CN312 CN307
CN311 e e CN310
Removing the DVD relay board (See Fig.26)
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, the DVD mechanism assembly and the rear panel/ rear cover. 1. Disconnect the card wire from connector CN515 on the DVD relay board. 2. Remove the screw R attaching the DVD relay board on top of the body. 3. Disconnect connector CN511 and CN512 on the DVD relay board.
CN512 Main board
CN511 DVD connector board
Parts Catalog only. It's available in PDF format. Useful, if Your equipment is broken and You need t…