While futzing with the bridge on my chadwick following recent work done on it, I screwed the pooch and inadvertently turned the adjuster while holding the portion of the pickup where the wire enters into the adjuster. Result, the white wire entering the pickup/adjuster is borked. It's crimped over and I can see a little bare wire there. Makes a lovely loud hum when plugged in now, but that's it. Can this thing be fixed? Not sure if this wheel can be opened and the wire resoldered or not. I seem to recall the wheel being glued together or some such silliness. I suppose I could just take it off and look but thought I'd try asking before poking into its innards. Plus side, sorta, this prompted me to finally fit my backup pickup (KK bassmax) to my bridge. Wasn't nearly as time consuming or difficult to fit it into the wing as I had anticipated. Probably old news as far as A/B reviews, but the KK is boomier on the low E and seems to be stringier. Not positive about that string sound though as I lowered my bridge a decent amount which could be accounting for that sound. If the fullcircle cannot be repaired I may just trim the wire, use the dead pickup as a standard adjuster, and try rolling with the KK for a bit. I was extremely pleased with the fullcircle but thus far I think I can live with the sound coming from my backup pickup. sidenote: Fishman really ought to add a jack for the wire entering the pickup/adjuster wheel so that it can be unplugged when using the adjuster as an adjuster. The lack of one is a definite design flaw.