MXR Carbon Copy schematics

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by barzi2001, Dec 19, 2019.

  1. barzi2001

    barzi2001 Member

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    Hi all,

    I don't know if this is "OK" to request. If not, then feel free to cancel the thread.

    I have a Carbon Copy delay that is broken. In order to trouble shoot it I would need its schematic.
    Do you know if it is possible to find it on the web? If so, where I can find it?
    Many thanks.
     
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  3. barzi2001

    barzi2001 Member

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    Exactly!
    I need the carbon copy schematic.
     
  4. 8len8

    8len8 Supporting Member

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    I highly doubt a supplier would make the details of their current products public.
     
  5. andrekp

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    probably not. But it doesn’t matter since anybody that has the desire to can simply trace it. Pretty much anything worth tracing has been.

    I’d head over to DIY Stompboxes or Freestompboxes and see if anybody has done it yet. Barring that, someone there might be able to give you some guidance on the problem.
     
  6. Crimson Queen

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    What is the issue with the pedal?
     
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  7. barzi2001

    barzi2001 Member

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    Ok, I’ll try to drop a message there.

    When you turn it on the volume gets very low and it does not sound good overall.
    We believed that the chips were the problems and we replaced them but the problem is still there.
     
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  8. Jack DeVille

    Jack DeVille Gold Supporting Member

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    Likely a footswitch.

    Probability of IC failure is extremely low with today's technology.
    Probability of mechanical failure: much higher.
     
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