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I have answered some of this before, however I have reveiwed the schematic and as an electrical engineer I want you to do a couple tests.

First, plug in a set of headphones into the preamp out jack. Note that due to the impedance mismatch what you hear will not be very loud. Now change the state of the clean OD. Did you hear a faint pop?

Next plug a LOW impedance device OR even an instrument cable into the power amp "input" jack. Do this with the power off then warm amp up.
Now, change the state of the clean OD. Did you hear a faint pop?

Now for the analysis. If you did hear one in the first test and NOT in the second, the pop you are hearing is the "NATURE OF THE BEAST".

I can tell you from the design that the pop you hear is from coupling within the clean and OD relays within the unit. There is no cure for this within the unit other than find another brand...

I would recommend that you use an EXTERNAL pedal for the effects you want rather than trying to use the clean OD in this amp. I suspect it was never intended to be shifted during playing as I can guarantee it will pop when you shift while having anything other than dead silence (not even a bit of hum from your guitar). There is also statistical noise in the preamp that the laws of physics will not let us get around that may be enough to create a bit of a pop.

You could also use a volume pedal between the preamp output and the power amp in to throttle the volume to zero before shifting to OD.

In general I think you will find that what you are hearing is the nature of this beast.

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