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ARDF is a two pass system meaning it flips the paper to make a two sided original scan.
SPDF is single pass meaning there is a component in the feeder that reads the second side in a single pass, thus speeding the original scan, highly recomended if you do a lot of scans.
It seems like you wound and tightened your string on the tuning peg loosley. Try wounding the string at least 4-5 times around the peg after you pass the wire though it and then after winding pass it through the hole again. Tighten well. If that doesn't work your peg might be broken, but looking at it on the video seems that it's not, even though you can't see it clearly. Try tightening the screws on the peg, since there's a lot of tension on the highest string and it might cause the peg to click back because the tension is too high and it's loose.
Remove your log in pass code. I understand that it is nice to have in case others try to log into your system, but that is the problem here. The guitar is sending different signals than the controller is for what ever reason. I would suggest at least trying this without a pass code to see if that fixes the issue. It should just be an issue of mixed signals. If you're able to sign in with the controller, then the pass code has to be the issue. Best of luck to you.
You are probablly overdriving the unit. Too much gain saturates the electronics. The noisegate really only works to eliminate noise when input signal is below a certain level... it is NOT used or effective when at high signal levels. If you set gain too high the tiny signals will open the gate. The noise gate will prevent low signals like guitar "handling" noise from passing through until you are actually playing the guitar. This is the purpose of the noise gate.
NO power light or audio from Digitech Vocalist 2 live. Check that your power adapter is for 9 Volts AC (not DC like most pedals) and is rated at 1300ma or more. A DC adapter MAY light up the unit but not make it pass audio. Lights can be lit but that is NOT an indication thaat correct power is applied. They likely use the AC input to generate both positive and negative voltage within the unit. The use of a DC adapter will prevent generating one of these required voltages and prevent audio from passing.
Toner sensor is located in the seat of the toner cartridge, and signal from it is transferred via the drum unit to the contacts on the sides of the drum unit and through them to the printer. It sometimes happens, that these contacts, either the ones on the sides of the drum unit, or the ones inside the printer, get dirty and have poor electrical contact, giving this kind of message. Try to reseat the toner cartridge in the drum, clean the contacts and re-insert the drum.