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    Need help powering a SIR-ALP1 after installing MJS board

    Ok so I installed the MJS usb board into my SIR-ALP1 and it is recognized by the computer but I am having trouble powering the tuner. There is a jack on the new board that according to the instructions the center pin should get 12v. That's about all it says... what do I do from here?

    I posted on that website's board and got a reply to solder 12v to the center pin and ground the outside of the jack but can anyone be more specific? I need some hand holding

    Any pictures would be AWESOME.

    Thanks!
    Chris

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    Got the help I needed... Please delete. Thanks.

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    A Couple of pointers with this hardware

    - At first the USB portion would work but the tuner wouldn't. I dissassembled the case (all 5 external screws) and mated the board with the tuner with a firmer connecton (pushed on the black connector). This made it work

    - The 110v AC -> 12V DC "Wall Wart" that came with my Lilliput is a perfect match for the MJS Board. Perfect for Bench Testing!

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