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  1. Start by unplugging, then remove all the faders and knobs, by lifting them up gently. Start by unplugging, then remove all the faders and knobs, by lifting them up gently. Start by unplugging, then remove all the faders and knobs, by lifting them up gently.
    • Start by unplugging, then remove all the faders and knobs, by lifting them up gently.

  2. Remove the 8 screws on the bottom. Ensure that you have the right screwdriver bit, and that you go slowly and use enough force to turn the screw without stripping it. (Serial numbers and personal info removed from picture)
    • Remove the 8 screws on the bottom. Ensure that you have the right screwdriver bit, and that you go slowly and use enough force to turn the screw without stripping it.

    • (Serial numbers and personal info removed from picture)

  3. After opening back lid, remove 14 screws from inside. After opening back lid, remove 14 screws from inside.
    • After opening back lid, remove 14 screws from inside.

  4. You can now remove the main circuit board, lifting out the left side first. (as the mini-USB port may hold the right side in.) The rubber buttons can now easily come out. The rubber buttons can now easily come out.
    • You can now remove the main circuit board, lifting out the left side first. (as the mini-USB port may hold the right side in.)

    • The rubber buttons can now easily come out.

  5. Features: (first picture)
    • Features: (first picture)

    • 8 faders

    • 8 potentiometers

    • 8 x Solo, Mute, Record buttons

    • 5 + 4 transport buttons

    • 2 track buttons

  6. Chips Labelled with: 2210CFP24V H8S/2210C      TH30140    1325
    • Chips

    • Labelled with: 2210CFP24V H8S/2210C TH30140 1325

    • ROSON Crystal oscillator, labelled with 24.000F20 HO

    • LW051A 58A04 P256 Texas Instruments Analog multiplexer

    • Mini-usb port

    • Power indicator LED

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

jzohsuh

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Hi do you think it’s possible to replace the mini usb port on this, with a usb c connector bought online? I actually have a Korg Nanokey 2 but I think it’s the same setup.

Lemo - Antwort

Technically yes, but it won’t be easy as the pins are probably in different locations. There are only 4 pins on a USB micro B connector (not in order: Ground, 5V, D+, D-) and there are 24 on a USB C connector (12 different x2). If you have a way of connecting the right pins up then you can use a Dremel or another tool to make the connector fit through the hole if needed.

jzohsuh -

Yeah maybe I can solder it via some wires if it doesn’t fit directly. Actually I have zero experience in soldering, but I can get the stuff online, and then bring it to a shop to solder it for me I think. How about this, do you think it’s okay? https://www.aliexpress.com/item/10050014...

Lemo -

Also do you think that connector on this page is configured correctly as “host” if I buy the female port? Or I might need a resistor to change the mode similar to what he’s doing on this video? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-vFtiDY...

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