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Kenwood Power Supply Dip Switch Setting

We have a Kenwood Power Supply Model PS36-10. It was set previously to function remotely controlled. We want to set it to manual setting. It has a d swith with 10 sliders at the back. Please help us how adjust this dip switch. What should be the setting of each slider/dip switch to let it function manually?

We hope somebody could help us urgently. Thanks,

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Why don't you get a controller for that supply? I got one...

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