I am having a ard time finding the right fuse for my MOTU 828 Mk1
My MOTU 828 Mk1 went down. I had a friend of mine look at it. He said it was the fuse inside of the module, and proceeded to attempt replacing it for me. The replacement fuse was too high an amperage and was fast acting to boot. When I attempted to find the specs for my Mk1, I came up short. I need a FULL description of the right fuse, including dimensions. Here is what I do know: 125mA slow blo, About 3/4m inch length (per the distance between the ends of the clips the fuse goes into). The data sheets I'm running into have alot of info that I don't understand, so I'm scared to order the wrong fuses online, and can't find a fuse of such low amperage locally. Can you help?
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I have a MOTU 828 MK3 and have had trouble with the display lights not working on one of my units. I tried the unplugging and switching from 120 to 220 and back. Sometimes when I started it up it would come on and quickly go off or not even come on at all. I was using the unit by reading the numbers using a flashlight. One day I noticed the light undulating as if trying to come on and I just rubbed my finger over the light as if to try and coax it to come on. The next time I turned the unit on the light came on and stayed lit for the entire session. The light has only gone out one time since, after many sessions. The time it went out, I just rubbed the top of a finger over the display and it came on the next time the unit was started. I now make a habit of rubbing it every time I turn it on. It has not failed since. Sounds funny as it might just be my karma, but I think it more likely that it works because of a slight static charge that I create with the light rubbing of my finger. Just thought you might like to know. Doc Mason
I have the same model. Mine is has never had any problems other than latency issues. BUT just now I have blinking led lights and it has no sound and does not even get recognition from my computer now. I dumbfounded cause its been in the same spot with never being dropped or bumped so I'm gonna take off the face and air clean it. Crackling I did have and as soon as I or sprayed air on the "open" pots it went away. This first generation in my belief should have some sort of recall or refund at a trade up value. I'm now a recording studio with no anolog to digital converters cause my FIRST GENERATION motu 828 is all fritzed out man. It's pain full. I swear when I go to their site they recognize your system and blast at your computer to make sure its all legal which in turn destroys your software and epuipment. Every time I've been to their site. I've had to reinstall all my softwar which I bought from them, re input my serial #'s and last site i went to was the Digi page and blam. anyway, I suggest to just open it up, spray the insides to clean it and pray. lol...
Hey guys I've had this happen as well. What worked for me was the reset function. Disconnect the MOTU from the computer. Go to SETUP, turn the knob to FACTORY DEFAULTS, press SELECT, then VALUE. Reconnect MOTU to the computer. I've heard that this doesn't help everyone, but it's helped me.