PB-010 Richard, disabling the beep

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PB-010 Richard, disabling the beep

Post by Mudslinger » 30 Dec 2017, 15:49

Can anyone tell me how to disable the bleep on a PB-010AC president Richard?

I am not worried about having it switchable, but off with no delay where the bleep should be would be perfect.


Also I have swapped the clarifer control for a new one, as the original had the notch removed. How easy it to refit a notch to the old one so that I have a spare?

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Re: PB-010 Richard, disabling the beep

Post by ch25 » 30 Dec 2017, 16:01

Remove D92
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Re: PB-010 Richard, disabling the beep

Post by Mudslinger » 30 Dec 2017, 16:13

Cheers Chris.

Will unsolder one leg of it, so it can be connected back up if needed.
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Re: PB-010 Richard, disabling the beep

Post by Mudslinger » 30 Dec 2017, 16:24

Actually I think I may have found an easier way... I just looked inside and there is a wire soldered into the board with "PEEP" written next to it. I am thinking that will be the roger beep. And if I disconnect the wire it should be switched off.

The PB-010AB didn't have that.
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Re: PB-010 Richard, disabling the beep

Post by astradyne » 30 Dec 2017, 16:53

Mudslinger wrote:
30 Dec 2017, 16:24
Actually I think I may have found an easier way... I just looked inside and there is a wire soldered into the board with "PEEP" written next to it. I am thinking that will be the roger beep. And if I disconnect the wire it should be switched off.

The PB-010AB didn't have that.
The PB-010AB does indeed have the orange "peep" wire Mr. M. It's the PC-879AA/AB that didn't have it and you had to remove/make switchable the timing capacitor.

Just cut the orange wire (Or unsolder one end if you're considering returning it to stock at a later date).
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Re: PB-010 Richard, disabling the beep

Post by Mudslinger » 30 Dec 2017, 17:07

Cheers for that, all sorted anyway.
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