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When I plug my steel into input jacks of my amp if I step on the volume pedal it sounds as if I had a speaker blown. If I move my plug to effects jack volume is fine and speaker shows no problem. I wo

Nothing other than plug into different jacks to check that speaker is not blown. That is fine.

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Check your jack wiring connection, possibly broken/loose connection that needs to be fix

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I take it you have made sure that both the cable to the distortion box from the guitar and the cable to the amp are both good. From the description you give, it sounds like there is no signal getting to the pedal. If the cable is good, then the next likely suspect would be the input jack on the fuzz box. Try wiggling it a little with the guitar cable in place to see if it is loose. Some input jacks are unbelievably cheap and flimsy. A crackling sound (static like) is almost always a bad connection. If it was the output jack, I would think that the guitar signal would come through a least a little bit, but you might want to try wiggling that one, too, if the input jack isn't the culprit.

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