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Roland System 100m Slider replace & back enclosure
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 05, 2013 4:58 am    Post subject: Roland System 100m Slider replace & back enclosure
Subject description: compatibile sliders for Roland System 100m and how to create module enclosures
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My M-140 module has been hurt during a badly packaged shipment.. (seller's fault).

The "LFO Delay" slider pot is broken and i have to replace it.

Could someone please point me to a compatible manufacturer/part that i can buy ?

This is the info about the original slider:

Part Number 1333903
Part Name EVA-HO4-C15A26
Nomenclature VR- 10

They were Panasonic sliders, 'EVA' is the series, 'HO4' designates the travel length and whether it is a single or dual channel, 'C15' designates the lever type and length, and 'A26' designates that it is 2MA (2 Megaohm).

I'm still searching for the datasheet on the web, but maybe someone already know of a compatible part i can buy and replace.

Other info on compatible slider for the other modules would be highly welcomed.

I have also a M-132 module which misses its back enclosure.

If someone can point me to a manufacturer which can produce the plastic or metal enclosure that would be great.

I'd like to know your experiences in how to choose the correct Roland grey color and how the sealing mechanism works.

Many thanks in advance

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