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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by rick1906, Jul 10, 2017.
Surely @rick1906 has fixed this by now?
Or it drove him off the deep end
Or WE drove him off the deep end .
What happened Rick?
Did you take any of the advice here or just hack them off with a saw?
Or he's staring at all the pieces, tears in eyes, wondering why he took my advice
BFH fixes all things, even family problems.
They don't call it the universal tool for nothing.
I got one off. I destroyed the cable on the other but it's still stuck. I tried a flathead screwdriver but the latch broke. I give up.
Disassemble the jack plate from the cab and then the speakon jacks from the plate. You might be up for a new jack now but it's definitely fixable.
After looking at the pics, here is what I would try. 1) lay the cab face down. 2) take a small flat blade screwdriver or punch and engage the knurling on the RIGHT connector 3) push it back and turn it to the left. This should detach the connector.
I think you're about 5 hours too late, assuming your idea would work.
Time to break out the channel locks or vice grips and use a little brute force Discalmer, yes you could damage the receiving end of the connector, but it's not available anyway.
The big guide was probably forced in there, just have to be sure to turn it the right way to disengage. I doubt it ever really clicked in.
As I have mentioned before, it's also possible that the contact assemblies inside the connector have become inter-tangled. In this case both connector halves will need to be replaced.
Sure seems to be a lot more spent for a dollar saved?
Corrected for "texting while riding" typo
I can't find a translator for this.
It's "engineer code"
1011 0100, 0101 1010, 1001 1101?
I believe it translates to "covfefe."
A buddy at NSA assures me that "insudevtge connectir" decodes to "inside the connector"...
Damn right it is! I didn't spend two years in TV repair school just to talk like some regular Joe on the street.
you forgot the SOS:
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