Serge SSG by Random*Source

Building instructions by Dr. Wiener
Random*Source Documentation

	Connect your pin strips to your precision header. 

	The following photos is for reference how to cut the headers with your snippers. 
	DO NOT cut off the number of headers shown. 
	You need to cut or snip off: 
1 piece with 6 connection points,
1 piece with 7 connection points,
2 pieces with 4 connection points.
It's best to line the sharpest part of the snipper directly in the notch.


Carefully cut with a blade or your wire snippers.  

Set your precision headers aside.
Please leave the pin-strips inside.

Please mount the brass standoffs to the front PCB Tighten Screw.
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Lay the precision stips you cut in the pcb.
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Carefully hold the pcb as you set the second pcb on top.

Lightly tighten the screws on the other side.  

Inspect your work. 

Make sure you don't have any shorts or bad solder joints.

Seperate the two boards

Please get aquainted with your trim pots:

	P104 = 100k = rate 

	P202 = 2k = LED brightness trimmer 

Please solder the the trimmers in the right spot to the correct side of the boards. 

	Solder the power socket with the notch matching the position on the PCB. 

Learn your switches:

	3 position can stop in the middle:  You have 2. 
	These are the expo switches for the bottom row. 

	2 position can either stop on one side or the other.   You have 2.
	These are for the cycle switches.

	Take care to insert the LEDs with the long leg as positive.

	Mount all the hardware jacks, LEDs and switches to the top PCB.
	Don't solder anything yet!

	Put the LED lens in the top panel.

	Gently lay the front panel on top of all the parts
	Guiding and slightly caressing them into place.   
	You shouldn't need to use force, just a lot of gentle wiggling. 

Hand tighten all the nuts for the jacks and switches.
Add the washers and nuts for the potentiometers. 

	Next you will want to snap the LEDs into the LED Lens.

	Now you will want to rest some foam under the LEDs or bend the legs out so that the LED lens lays flat with the panel when you solder it. 

Make sure all the pins from jacks and pots are coming through the holes they should be in the PCB!  

If everything looks occupied correctly, now you can solder it! 

Connect the two PCBs together and check your work. 

You can use the LED trimmers to adjust the brightness of the LEDs to some extent. 

Follow the instructions in the random*source documentation for calibration. 

Have fun!

Random*Source Documentation

Calibration Video coming very soon.