Since it was a very expensive piece of gear, why not send it back to DCS and get it fixed the right way? That way, there will be no second guessing.
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Because it is no longer a supported product.it is now a very old piece of kit it won't be long until classed as vintage if not already.Therefore one would expect limited support.
However DCS have kindly offered a part exchange on a second hand unit,explaining that these units are no longer supported and parts are of very limited stock.
Being the type of person i am i would rather spend hundreds of hours researching to find a solution for the problem that will inevitably help someone in the future with this vintage piece of equipment.
Therefore this post serves not only as a request for help and advise it also serves to help others in the future who love this older digital equipment but will suffer the same consequence.
Some engineer out there has the answer lets just hope he shares it before taking it to the grave.