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Jack female connector type

Hi, A friend gives me an Ibanez RG 321, but female jack connector is missing. What reference or type of connector should I buy for replacement ? Thanks Regards, Arnaud

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your standard 1/4 in mono female jack.

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    Go to Radio Shack and purchase a 1/4 jack

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Check for poor soldering. Also the jack or pots MAY be physically turning and shorting to the black shielding paint that is conductive in the "WELL" with the pots and jack. If you find that a lead is shorting to the paint, put some insulating material OR tighten to prevent rotation that brings the lead into contact with the paint.

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Try another cable. If the cable is not the issue start inspecting the guitar's wiring. A bad solder joint or broken wire can cause problems. But I suspect the cable. An easy test if you don't have another instrument cable to try, use a multimeter and test both the tip and sleeve of the cable. You should have continuity on the tips of each end. And the sleeve should have continuity on both ends.

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The input cable MUST be a TS (unbalanced cable) to turn the unit on. The sleeve of the input cable is what connects the battery. If you use a TRS cable at the input it likely will not turn on. A TRS cable has a tip, ring AND sleeve like many 1/4 inch stereo cables.

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Ibanez V72ECE hey i bought new ibanez and the tuner not working, i bought new batteries but still cant run. maybe its some way to activate it or its just bad one? rzepa181@yahoo.com plx helpme

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