I am looking to custom modify my MultiMix 8 USB 2.0. Please help.

The a/c 3 pin plug came out of the unit and I can not locate a pin call to re -solder the wires. Any help would be very appreciated!!
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  • I should be more specific:

    There are 3 wires. A white wire with pink X's, a white wire with 300v in pink, and a white wire with pink squares. I assume that the pink X's is the ground wire, pin 2?

    I can't seem to find any diagram with the wiring structure at all. I've got the system undone, wires tinned and ready to solder but no order to begin.

    Thank you :)
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  • I’m ANGRY
    Wow....no one can help?

    Called Alesis Customer Service and they were even LESS help. Told me no information could be provided on schematics, did not offer to escalate my call higher up (which they said they would do if they could not resolve my problem in 5 minutes) and basically said to send it off for non-warranty repair. The issue is that it's a quick fix. I have the tools to do it myself. I was basically told to just take my chances....

    I guess if that's what I have to do and risk short circuiting the gear, that's what I'll do. It's a freakin' 3 pin plug for crying out loud....just tell me which wires go where or color code them in a generalized RED, GREEN, BLACK way to make this process easier for those who can solder themselves! Jeez.
    • Hello Spencer,

      This is information is correct. We do not distribute schematics to the public. Since you need repair, our alternative would've been to offer you authorized non warranty repair if you were out of warranty. If you choose to select this option, I've listed information below on whom to call to help you out.

      Audio Design and Service
      10764 Van Owen St.
      North Hollywood, CA 91605
      Tel: 818-754-0467
      www.audiodesign-service.com

      Techniserve
      80 Greenwood Ave
      Midland Park, NJ 07432
      Tel: 201-670-1767
      www.tsirepair.com

      Bammel TV
      14530 Walters Road (@1960 W)
      Houston TX 77014
      Toll Free: 866-832-0287
      http://www.bammeltv.com/
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  • Hi Chris,

    Thanks for getting back with me. While I understand Alesis' stance on distributing schematics to the public, a simple google image search pulls up hundreds of varieties of signal flow diagrams, connection diagrams and service schematics.

    Certainly the request for the proper wiring on a 3 pin power connection isn't something Alesis considers proprietary information? I'm not asking for a complete breakdown of the Multimix 8 system, what I'm looking for is just which wires connect to which pins. I have all of the necessary tools to perform this repair myself in a matter of 15 seconds. I think it's silly to have to take at least 10 days to send the unit out for repair, wait for the repair to take place (which is the same re-soldering that I would do myself) and pay out of pocket costs for this repair which is of course, out of warranty. With a different wire coloring then the standard I didn't want to take any chances of ruining the gear. That's all.

    So I guess I'm just confused here as to why I can't be provided this very simple information in order to correct this problem. Maybe you could enlighten me further.

    -Spencer
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