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When i turn on my d1 boss distortion pedal and play threw the clean channel the distorion has a static sound with it and when ever on turn the treble up on the amp it brings out this sound, i got my d1 pedal checked out and its working fine, i already tried playing the d1 distortion on the distortion channel and i dont hear the sound im referring to, so i believe it has something to do with the clean channel
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You don't say if you are using a footswitch or not... If you are, the switch, cables and connectors are suspect.
If you are NOT using the controller, the switch contacts on the footswitch jack in the 212 are suspect as being intermittent contacts.
If the contact is not making, the OD switch on the unit will NOT work either.
These jacks, and their contacts are JUNK and often cause problems.
Open the unit and increse the tension of the contact springs.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
If the IC is MC1436, Pin one is not connected.Pins 2, 3 and 6 are the signal carriers, 6 is out 2 and 3 are inverting and non inverting inputs. CR13 and CR 14 would be simply something on the order of a 1N60 or a !N914 depending on body size,
If it works fine with heat snk screws removed, check to see if they short something out. Also look for small cracks in the board with the screws in place and snug. It also would not hurt to reflow the solder on all component leads and headers that are in the vicinity of the heat sink. Just because they "look" okay, does not mean they may not be faulty. Reflowing eliminates a cold solder joint as a possibility- which by your description is actually the most probable issue. Followed by cracked board and inadvertant short. Esepcially if the heat sink is supposed to be electrically isolated. If it continues, try using nylon mounting hardware for the heat sink, Also when powered up tap each IC, electrolytic capacitor and transistor with a pencil eraser- those that make noise may be the source of the problem. The applied stresses of the screws might deflect the transistor just enough to make a contact intermittent internally in the device..
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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