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Title: Amateur repair of ADJ 64B LED Pro fixture?
Post by: Kirby Yarbrough on January 02, 2012, 02:44:13 pm
I have an ADJ 64B LED Pro fixture that displays "888" or "88x" on the display and the menu button doesn't work to change the settings.  Pushing the up and down buttons result in random color switches and activation of some of the stored programs.  Is there a simple fix for this?
Title: Re: Amateur repair of ADJ 64B LED Pro fixture?
Post by: John Strzalkowski on January 02, 2012, 07:53:38 pm
I have an ADJ 64B LED Pro fixture that displays "888" or "88x" on the display and the menu button doesn't work to change the settings.  Pushing the up and down buttons result in random color switches and activation of some of the stored programs.  Is there a simple fix for this?

Replace the PCB, all the fun stuff is on one board.

American DJ Part: Z-200701002
   
Title: Re: Amateur repair of ADJ 64B LED Pro fixture?
Post by: duane massey on January 02, 2012, 09:10:20 pm
You can order the part directly from ADJ.
Title: Re: Amateur repair of ADJ 64B LED Pro fixture?
Post by: Randall Hyde on January 02, 2012, 09:27:58 pm
I have an ADJ 64B LED Pro fixture that displays "888" or "88x" on the display and the menu button doesn't work to change the settings.  Pushing the up and down buttons result in random color switches and activation of some of the stored programs.  Is there a simple fix for this?

It's not broken, that's a feature! :)
Title: Re: Amateur repair of ADJ 64B LED Pro fixture?
Post by: Kirby Yarbrough on January 02, 2012, 10:11:44 pm
Replace the PCB, all the fun stuff is on one board.

American DJ Part: Z-200701002

Now that's convenient -- thanks!  Turns out the ribbon cable to the display PCB was loose.  Reseated and all is well.  Learning, learning.