- Jan 12, 2013
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i ended up making this patch along with most all of the rest of the circuit in my amp.And to make matters worse, I just went and checked and the problem is in the plug on the fucking cable.
Its a sealed factory plug (not like a guitar cable where you can open it up) so I had no reason to assume it was a problem...but when I was testing the port, I guess I only tested it with a different cable so it seemed like everything was fine. It clearly wasn't a problem with the wires themselves since jiggling the wires was never enough to make sound come back, only firm pressure on the plug, which made me blame the jack.
Oh well, at least it is a cheap $7 fix. I was ready to go pay $100 for an amp tech to fix it because I wasn't about to open the damn thing up again.
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Lmao you think otc has any wherewithal
You think I'm in there attempting to reflow solder joints and I don't own a multimeter?At least a wiring schematic
Bro, that is like step 1 with this stuff.You think I'm in there attempting to reflow solder joints and I don't own a multimeter?
I just didn't think to test the plug on the speaker wire which would have saved me basically the whole 2 hours... Dumb in retrospect, but the failure mode really seemed to be the port based on how you had to push it to make it work.
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