tc-helicon harmony singer disassembly

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rocklander
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Post by rocklander »

hey all ..long time no post from me.
I've a TC-Helicon harmony singer that's got (I suspect) dry joints on the AC input socket.
happy to sort out that simple job buuuutt.. disassembly is not so simple. I've removed all screws and the thing (built pretty darn solid) wont come apart (base from upper housing).
anyone know the trick to get these apart?
fwiw, their service site appears to have the odd loophole, so I found the schematics (link below).. if the link gets tightened up I'll post here if anyone is interested... prolly not exactly DIY stuff tho?
https://service-tcgroup.tcelectronic.co ... nger_2.asp
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my favorite amplifier: my jansen bassman 50
Completed builds: rebote 2.5; supreaux; odie; heartthrob tremolo; ross phaser; dr. boogey; thor; baja black toast; slow gear attack, rebote, tri-vibe, small clone, little angel, magnus modulus, echo base, hex fuzz, big muff, 22/7.
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Post by rocklander »

update. I got a bit 'firmer' with it (wasn't sure I wouldn't break something).. but it's built with the USB socket 'notch' that is very tight. pics attached, but had to leverage with a screwdriver from the bottom end (footswitch end) to push the usb socket inside far enough I could just squeeze it past.
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