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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Captain Chaos, Oct 10, 2011.
Does anybody have a clue how can I fix this problem? it is driving me crazy.
Probably a loose wire. Open, check all the solder joints with the DC jack, the battery, etc. Look for any joints that are pale/cloudy, cracked, etc.
makes me wonder ...off topic-a dude i know customized his power supply for cry baby to 8,4 v. he says he likes the sound of "old battery" on his wah,rather then,as he described,"clicaty-clack" of the constant 9v power supply....go figure...
I don't know the circuit. But if there is a polarity protection diode and if it's blown you can have this problem. If it's the case replacing the diode will fix the problem.
so,....it said it use dunlop ac adaptor but it's power supply need 9v dc,...so what should i do,..it so hard to find dunlop adaptor so i am planning to do custom adaptor,...what kind of adaptor that i should make,...dc adaptor or ac ?
It could be your supply is the wrong polarity.
so it should be ac adaptor or dc adaptor 9v ?
I’m away from my sources, can’t tell you. Just raising the possibility.
tell me after you near away if you dont hesitate because i guess i wanna make a custom adaptor for this wah pedal
I have an Ibanez pedal that only works on AC, the battery doesn't work.
I like the pedal, so I adapt.
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