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Fuse on a Roland TD-8

I left my Roland TD-8 overnight. I turn it off the next day and later go to turn it on and the thing won't power up at all.

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SOURCE: the headphones output on my roland td- 10 is

The owners manual is here:http://lib.roland.co.jp/support/en/manuals/res/1811143/TD-10_eG.pdf Try initializing the TD-10. Check page 137. Check page 132 and 133. If the problem is still there, you likely have a jack problem. There might be a bad solder joint where the jack is mounted to the circuit board. If the warranty is up you can do it yourself if you are confident. Otherwise take the module in to have it serviced. Check here to contact Roland:http://www.roland.com/index.html

Posted on Sep 02, 2009

Testimonial: "I check all that all ready ,but I think there is a component damaged on the jack board .o even worse on main board."

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Not uncommon for a switch to fail... especially the weak types they use on these strips. The inrush current when turning on the amps makes quick work of these switches. Replace the switch and get spares for the next time it fails.

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SOURCE: Hey I recently purchased a Roland TD-4 and i have

First plug a set of headphones into the Left audio out and see if you get any sound from there... NOTE: it will only be in the left headset and this is normal. Turn up volume control... note the level will be low as this is a line output, not headset. This is a test to see if there is audio.

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