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Old 04-27-2009, 02:19 PM
not2tech not2tech is offline
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Default how do you clean edit pack surround panners

We have a 7-8 year old Pro Control with Edit Pack and it seems that the surround panners might be getting a little dirty, tried recaling 5 or 6 times but when you look at pan automation you see spikes when doing smoth pans, any tricks on cleaning them with out tear0ing the edit pack apart or replacing the panners ???

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Old 05-19-2009, 11:15 AM
Curtis Inc Curtis Inc is offline
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Default Re: how do you clean edit pack surround panners

I also need to clean my edit pack surround panners. One of the two panners is not fully functional. After removing the top, It appears the panners can be released by unscrewing the screws inside the panner pots [top of unit]. I haven't gone any further yet. Seams risky. Please let me know how you fare.

Thanks, JON
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