Question about DIGITECH Music
Wrong ac adapter used too much voltage...can i fix
Usually the manuf. have diodes used as protection against over voltage or adapter polarity issues. Try the correct adapter (sleeve and tip have specific voltage polarity...check for drawing denoting each) and if it fails to power the unit up, it's probably time for Digitech authorized repair.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A friend of mine had the exact same problem. In his case the pedal is only good for hammering nails now. If it still has it warranty I'd say look into that, if not you've got nothing to lose. Open it up, look for unattached wires. Also, try using a battery instead of an AC adapter..
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
Check that connectors are seated AND the input and output are correct.
Sometimes1/4 inch plugs are not seated correctely. The power adapter plugs are notorious for not making contact.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
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