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  1. Sliders replaced, desk now running at 100% output - result! Small problem still with B - Pre-set / A - Stored switch position, (not essential at the moment). Possibly due to a damaged SN74HC373N IC adjacent to the DIL connection socket, looks like the EM6788 33 3 main board has suffered some "liquid" spillage at some point, but will get round to replacing that with a socket & new IC at a later date, everything else now seems to be running. Thanks for your advice & help. Out of interest, does anyone know if this board can be obtained as a spare part, or know of a decent S/H unit wanting a loving home? Keith
  2. A very useful facility Looks like sliders; A-23 (0-FD), A-Master (stuck at EF) & B-Master (C3-FA) need replacing. Thanks for the advice, a little job for next week I think, hopefully this will sort the issue. Cheers guys, much appreciated. Keith
  3. Thanks, Not tried that but will give it a go tonight.
  4. Apologies, just rushed it in whilst having a coffee☺
  5. Recently picked up a 2004 FatFrog to play with, it has various problems. I've sorted most of them and upgraded the firmware to 10.12.1 but have an issue with the channel faders, they only reach 94% output. The encoders & masters all reach 100%. Subs also at 100% when using a file loaded from another Frog desk. Memory battery has been replaced, DIP switches are set correctly. The pre-set control switch might be connected with this as when in B-faders / A-stored mode, the output levels only run to 26% Anyone got any ideas on where to look?
  6. Hi John. The desk seems to run fine, so figure it must be the Android app? Webbo
  7. Hi, I am trying to use the zeros remote V4.1.13 on both a SAMSUNG Galaxy Ace phone & 10" Galaxy tab2 with a Netgear router to a Solution desk, bought this year. To say the response is slow is an understatement, I could literally, come down a ladder, across the hall, up into the balcony & into the lighting control room to operate the desk quicker than than trying to do it on my Android. This is proving to be a big dissapointment so far as this was one of the features that persuaded me to recommend this desk for our local Theatre to buy it. Even when a screen comes up, it crashes when rotating the screen. Have I missed something in the setup, or has anyone got any suggestions as to how to make this app' useable?
  8. Hi Guys, Thanks for the suggestions, I'm using them in 12 ch mode, on the same line as a couple of CP HPE Miniscans on U4, addresses are HB 4-73 (12Ch) CP 4-91 (7 Ch) CP 4-102 (7Ch) HB 4-109 (12Ch) The CP's work fine. All work fine on the FROG. The ST0701 looks like a HEADBANGER (who the heck thought that name up?) in disguise! At the moment, both wash's run in "no DMX detected mode" very pretty for disco's but no good for shows. I'll have a go with your ideas & see what happens. Thanks. Keith
  9. Hi, Having taken delivery of our new SOLUTION desk, (very nice, thank you), has anyone had any success writing a fixture type for the STAGG HB10 or SHOWCASE TECHNOLOGIES ST0701? They (2) work fine with our aging Fat Frog, but the SOLUTION doesn't show any interest in them at all?
  10. Webbo

    USB

    Started a new thread on this topic, then found this one. Has anybody tried to fit a Floppy to USB adaptor in the FROG? These are available on e-bay from £20 or so & are designed to replace the floppy in textile machinery. Supposed to be a simple plug n play installation.
  11. Yes I am working in Partial mode and have fixtures running. I'll have a play when I get my current show out of the way. Many thanks.
  12. I have an intermittant problem with my Fat Frog. Sometimes when recording a cue, the screen comes up with "Nothing To Record - Continue Yes, No, Cancel" We've had the desk serviced and new batteries fitted, but the problem persists, anyone got any ideas?
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