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Old 15th December 2013, 12:02 PM   #1
John8 is offline John8  United Kingdom
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Default Philips PM 5141 LF Synthesizer

Can anyone out there please point me to a service manual for a Philips PM 5141 LF Synthesizer 0.01Hz to 100kHz to beg, steal, or borrow?
After many years of faithful service it has finally gone faulty and I can't find a service manual anywhere after an extensive web search. It still partially works on some switch settings so it looks like the divider chain for the synthesiser has a dead IC in it somewhere. It is built with 7400 series logic, no microprocessors, so it should be fixable with a circuit schematic.
It is too useful to throw away so I would like to get it up and running again.

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