ARCADE BUTTON MOD: NUMARK PT-01 SERIES
This Kit is designed for the Numark PT-01, PT-01 USB and PT-01 Skratch. The Kit is configured to go inline between the Motor and Circuit Board. Soldering iron is not needed for this installation.
- Drill / Electrical drill
- Step drill bit
- Dremel (Optional)
- Wire Stripper that supports 22 awg and up
- Electrical tape
Flip the turntable over to rest it on the top cover and remove the 8 screws using a philips screw drivers or using a drill with a philips drill bit for faster access.
Detached the power and usb plug from the bottom portion of the portable turntable.
Choose an area on the Numark PT01/USB to drill a hole using a drill and a 7/8 – 1 inch 1/8 inch step drill.
24mm arcade button: Step Drill 7/8 – 1 inch
30mm arcade button: Step Drill 1 inch 1/8 or 1 inch 1/4
Use a Dremel to dremel extra space inside the hole so the clips that are attached to the Arcade buttons will fit. (Optional)
Slide the wires through the hole followed by the Arcade button. Then snap the Arcade button into place.
Cut these wires from the start/stop pcb board using a pair of scissors.
Remove the old start/stop board.
Separate the 2 wires from the start/stop pcb board. Using a 22awg-26awg wire stripper, carefully strip each wire to expose a small piece of copper wire.
Insert Red/White stripe wire into the NO section of the blue board.
Insert the White wire into the COM section of the blue board.
Take the white wire coming from the Blue relay switch board and connect it to the two wires coming from the arcade button. Use the 2 orange wire butts and clamp down the wires together using a pair of pliers. Polarity or color of the wires being attach do not matter in this step.
Side Note: Extra orange wire butt are included just in case you make a mistake clamping the wires down.
Detach the wire from the board.
Attach the wire into the “out” port closest to the JDD logo of the JDD power board.
Unscrew the screw on the Numark board
Attach the JDD power board to the Numark board.
Attach the power black/red wire from the blue relay switch into the JDD power board.
Plug the power and usb wires back into the mainboard and usb board.
Plug in the power adapter to the Portable Turntable or insert batteries to test the Start/Stop Arcade button.
Once Start/Stop button has been successfully installed place the bottom of the turntable back onto the turntable and screw in the 8 screws using a philips screw driver or electric drill.
Enjoy your new Arcade Start/Stop button mod!