Roland Sh-2000 installing grounded power cable

Pulling out your hair? Don't know what to do or where to go? Ask in here.
Forum rules
READ: VSE Board-Wide Rules and Guidelines

If your Help request has been solved, please edit your first post in order to select the Image Topic Icon to let others know your topic has been solved.
Post Reply
cutoffres
Junior Member
Junior Member
Posts: 153
Joined: Fri May 15, 2009 2:24 pm
Location: Europe

Roland Sh-2000 installing grounded power cable

Post by cutoffres » Thu Apr 09, 2015 5:32 pm

Hi,
here in Europe (220Volts) the power plugs are 3 points, so 3 wires:
the negative; the positive; the Ground;

On the old Roland sh-2000 i have in my hands, it is only a two points power cord (negative, positive) connected into the synthesizer fuse board on two points... The original cable/Power supply is not directly connected to Ground.

So my question is: I'm now replacing with a new modern 3 points power chord, but where to solder the Ground wire into the synth:
-On the red or the white wire directly on the fuse board ?
-On the point 19 on the power supply board ?
-On any other point of the power supply board ?

Could you please check with your more recent Roland sh-2000 or the Power supply schematics are on the page 20 of this 24 pages Roland Sh-2000 service manual:
http://www.cem3374.com/docs/Manuals/Rol ... 000_SM.pdf

Thanks to all

Post Reply