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Ramin Hashemi
Expert Film Handler

Posts: 129
From: Houston TX
Registered: Sep 2004


 - posted 09-17-2004 09:14 PM      Profile for Ramin Hashemi   Email Ramin Hashemi   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
My Christee make up table is stuck on high speed. This is during breakdown and buildup, so I am thinking it must be the card. Anyone have any idea. thanks
Ramin

PS, I did replace the card, and all is well now. thanks
Ramin

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Tony Bandiera Jr
Film God

Posts: 3067
From: Moreland Idaho
Registered: Apr 2004


 - posted 09-17-2004 09:25 PM      Profile for Tony Bandiera Jr   Email Tony Bandiera Jr   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Ramin:

Yep, sounds like the control card has shorted out. Some more info if you please:

Is it for Autowind 2 or Autowind 3? (They are NOT interchangeable)

Look under the table, is it the round control board? Or is it the way old style with the platter deck control cards under the front panel?

Is the MUT cable and platter receptacle in good condition? Has anyone tried to put a new screw in the MUT's cable connector cover? (I've had these short out in a few cases.)

That info would help us to help you! [thumbsup]

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Ramin Hashemi
Expert Film Handler

Posts: 129
From: Houston TX
Registered: Sep 2004


 - posted 09-18-2004 04:10 PM      Profile for Ramin Hashemi   Email Ramin Hashemi   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
It is an Autowind 3 with a round control card. I am not sure what a MNT cable is, but everything looks ok. Could it be the high and low pots on the control card, and if so ho do I adjust them.

thanks for your help
Ramin

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