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I own a Vox DA5, an amplifier for my electric guitar. it does not work anymore. when i plug it and hit the switch, nothing happens. i opened it and tested the voltage and everything seems to be fine. HALP!!

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SOURCE: i have a VOX V9106

Do you mean the female jack is broken, if so just replace it.

Posted on Jun 09, 2011

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