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I have a Phonic mr4283d mixer and I don't have the power supply. can you tell me where to get one or tell me what the requirments are for it so I can make one up myself? I would like to get a schematic for the board can you hep me with that also? Thanks Brad

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    I did contact the manufacture with no help and I know you are not a parts service but I thought you could tell me where I could get this information.





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Like most audio mixing equipment Phonic uses a proprietary 3 pin connector for their mixer. As power supplies can easily introduce background hum and other interference, it is important to ensure that you use the correct power supply from the manufacturer of your unit. They will be properly grounded and shielded to ensure they do not cause any issues. Depending on the size of the city you live in you might be able to find a local source for the replacement. If not then go to Phonic's webpage at http://www.phonic.com/index.php?ssolang=en. If you look under the Support heading you will see "Contact Us". Fill out the form with your information and your request for the power supply. You can also request a copy of the schematic. Some manufacturers have no issue with supplying schematics while others do; there is no specific information on their site regarding that issue.

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We are not a part's service, we have no way to find these parts, please contact the manufacturer for further help

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