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I'm looking for the schematics of a Roland PA250 powered mixer. Or a site where I can download it. Thanks. Jean-Marc Belgium.

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Would probably pay to get in touch with Roland themselves, thats probably all a service techo would do, but keep surfing the net and goolgling the model #, there would be one out there somewhere

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