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I bought a GNX3 from pawn shop, but it doesn't seem to register any input signal coming in to the unit

Guitar and cords are good, but no signal is getting in. tried to plug CD payer into aux in (jam-along feature) but no signal getting in there either

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The unit is likley defective and you will need someone to diagnose and fix it, someone who does electronics repair and diagnosis

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I bought a GNX3 from pawn shop, but it doesn't seem to register any input signal coming in to the unit


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All you need to confirm is to remove the connection to the guitar, remove the jack and cord to the guitar and now check if the noise is prevalent at higher volume, when the volume control is turned up. If so the fault is with the cord , the jack or the gutiar pick up insulation or internal connection or shielding.
Cross check with a seperate cord or another amplifier to confirm the case.
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