Question about Alesis Sr 16 Stereo Drum Machine
While your test running a guitar pedal is a partial test, the SR16 takes more current than a guitar pedal so the test may NOT be conclusive. When troubleshooting, always check all possibiliities as one can be led on a merry chase and spend a lot of money.
First thing is to check the input power connection. Many of these don't get fully seated and fail to connect.
The most common thing is to use the wrong adapter. ALWAYS make sure the brand on the adapter MATCHES the device manufacturer OR verify the POLARITY voltage and current rating against that marked on the device. Unfortunately most of the power connectors seem to fit even though they are wrong ones and some have larger hole in the fitting than the pin and fail to contact.
There is likely a battery backup within that PROBABLY requires soldering to change. It should be good for at least 5 years. Usually it will NOT prevent the power from turning on.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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