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gregorius

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Bad Dial on MiniLab MkII
« on: October 21, 2022, 11:15:16 am »
Hi there,

Has anyone changed a dial on the mkII? I've been in contact with arturia support but they seem to have gone to sleep (no response for over a week now).

I've got a dial (No. 14) that jumps or ignores movement when making fine adjustments, which is majorly annoying since (for my purposes) I'm making constant fine adjustments.

Since their support has hang up on me, I'm looking for alternatives how to fix the problem, i.e. soldering iron and new dial.

(My conversation with Arturia support was a case of them agreeing with me that I did have a issue with the dial and that I should go back to the place where I bought it. I then pointed out to them that I had purchased it on their website and since then I've heard nothing more from them - coincident? Holidays in France? Hm. Perhaps they make the assumption that no one actually uses their products and hence don't care if it doesn't actually work.)

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Re: Bad Dial on MiniLab MkII
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2022, 12:20:45 pm »
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