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Re: DIY builders for hire

Post by hautlle » Sun Dec 27, 2020 4:45 pm

Hey everyone, I'm looking to pay someone to repair my Sonic Potions LXR.

It quit working a few years after I built it when we had a brown-out. I don't have the resources to troubleshoot it. I'm in the US.

Please PM me with details.

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Re: DIY builders for hire

Post by batchas » Mon Dec 28, 2020 6:03 am

hautlle wrote:
Sun Dec 27, 2020 4:45 pm
Hey everyone, I'm looking to pay someone to repair my Sonic Potions LXR.

It quit working a few years after I built it when we had a brown-out. I don't have the resources to troubleshoot it. I'm in the US.

Please PM me with details.
There's a thread here called "Looking for a builder? Post here!"
Maybe you'll get more chance to get a builder in the US reading your post :tu:
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Re: DIY builders for hire

Post by insoul8 » Mon Feb 01, 2021 1:12 pm

Anyone located in the DC area that I might be able to pay to help replace what I hope to just be a faulty switch on my Doepfer lc6 case. Apparently the switch can be popped out of the mains/switch/fuse part and swapped with a new one only requiring two places to be soldered. The whole ac power entry module does not need to be replaced according to Doepfer. I hope this is something that is quick and easy to do. At the very least, it would help narrow down where the real problem is if it does not solve the issue. I'm waiting on the right part from mouser right now.

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Re: DIY builders for hire

Post by wuff_miggler » Thu Feb 11, 2021 2:04 am

EDIT:

Thanks bachas, removed my post and put it in the right place!
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Re: DIY builders for hire

Post by batchas » Thu Feb 11, 2021 1:41 pm

There's a thread here called "Looking for a builder? Post here!"
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Re: DIY builders for hire

Post by @green » Sun Feb 28, 2021 12:17 pm

I’m the resident builder and repair tech for my project The Galaxy Electric.

I build a lot of Buchla stuff and would be happy to build any of the current PCBs out there.

Also have built Music From Outer Space stuff from scratch, namely the noise toaster into a custom decorative enclosure.

Lately I’ve been doing custom stuff with strip board from raw schematics.

Also circuit bending. I can make a pitch control for an off the shelf portable cassette player. Toys, casios, etc.

If you have an idea or a schematic you want built send me a message. we can make something cool together.

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Re: DIY builders for hire

Post by Grandma's trousers » Sat Mar 13, 2021 8:22 am

Moved to correct thread.

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