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Author Topic: Maintenance on Martin Mac 500 and Mac 600 fixtures  (Read 1449 times)

Adam Akers

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Maintenance on Martin Mac 500 and Mac 600 fixtures
« on: January 08, 2016, 11:13:44 pm »

I recently bought quite a few Mac 500 and Mac 600 fixtures,  they have been well maintained, but I am wanting to go through them completely before using them on gigs.  I am curious if anyone on the forum has experience working on the older martin mac 500 and 600 fixtures.  I know in the manual it talks about lubricating certain parts with special martin lubricant, but I am wondering if anyone has a procedure they use for the routine maintenance and tuneups on them.  Any info would be much appreciated.

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Adam Akers
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Re: Maintenance on Martin Mac 500 and Mac 600 fixtures
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2016, 01:10:29 am »

If they aren't showing errors, you're probably in the clear.

I'd recommend having a couple around for parts as you can't get them from martin anymore.
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Re: Maintenance on Martin Mac 500 and Mac 600 fixtures
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2016, 10:08:31 pm »


I'd recommend having a couple around for parts as you can't get them from martin anymore.
We just bought 12 working used Mac 600s and an additional 4 non working in good shape for parts.  You can never have enough parts.

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Re: Maintenance on Martin Mac 500 and Mac 600 fixtures
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