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InstallationIf you have purchased a module, you need to install it in your eurorack case. Use the supplied screws to mount it in your rack. An expander or add-on needs to be attached to the back of a master module via pin-strips. Either directly or via dupont-cables.
Power supplyThere are three types of power requirements for manikk products:
- Completely passive products requires no power.
- Normal eurorack modules requires +12V and -12V from your eurorack system. Connect with IDE ribbon cable.
- Some kits and add-ons requires only +5V from a master module. Connect directly or with dupont-cables.
- Make sure to use approved and good power supply in your system.
- Always turn off the power to your system when installing or uninstalling modules.
- Make sure to get the polarization correct when connecting cables.
- When you connect an IDE flat ribbon cable to the eurorack power distribution, the negative -12V is normally indicated with text on the PCB and with a red stripe on the cable.
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This device has a one (1) year limited warranty starting from the first purchase date.
The warranty covers malfunctions in the device.
The warranty does not cover bad usage, external damage or other abnormal usage.
The device is designed to work in a Eurorack synthesizer system. Other uses are not covered by the warranty.
If you have to use this warranty you need to do the following:
- Check that the date is still in the warranty-time of 1 year from the date of purchase.
- Contact the seller where you purchased the device.
- Send the malfunctioning device to the address given by the seller. You have to pay for this freight yourself. Very important that you attach your return-address to the device, so we know where to return the repaired device.
- Manikk will repair or replace the device if the problem is covered by the warranty. We will send the repaired device back to you.