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The wire came out of my drum pedal.. is there a way to fix it without buying a new one???

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Indeed Take it apart or push the wiring back into pedal and use tape or glue... use your child side ^^
Have fun.

Posted on May 09, 2010

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Guitar Hero Drum Set Common problem


hello guys, i just wanna share with u one of the most annoying problem in the drums its the pedal, some times while u r playing on guitar hero drums hiting the notes its suddenly start kicking the pedal by it self and u cant continue playing because of that, what i want to tell u that before u react to that by start opening the pedal to fix it, you should first make sure that the pedal itself is damaged or not. just follow the steps ok.
1- remove the pedal and replace anything on the behalf of it like your headsets, just put anything in its place on the drums location and start a game and play and hit on the drums as hard as u can and see if the pedal is still kicking when ur hitting the red, green, blue drums if YES then its not the pedal its the drums itself, if not then u have to fix the pedal, i will tell u how later ok. 2-now after using some other device and finding that the pedal is ok and ur having this problem, just flip the drums and remove all the screw at the back ( trust me its so safe and easy) now open the drums and and go to the place where the pedal made to fit in u will see a chips and a screw in the middle, just screw lift ( most of times while ur playing and because of the heavy hitting on the drums the screw get relaxant so all u have to do is tight it up very well and it will solve the problem. 3- get everything back as it was and enjoy good and AWESOME play like if its brand new drums :))) hope i was very helpful
and about fixing the pedal if it was damaged flip and remove the first gray label its some kind sticky but its ok just remove it and u will find 2 screw remove then and go back to the front where the wire goes inside the pedal push it inside and then push it up it will be removed and there u will find 2 wires they may need to get fixed its easy weld the damaged wire and everything is ganna be FINE

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How can I unplug the cord of the foot pedal without breaking it?


In my experience they all come with the cord attached to the foot pedal and you plug one wire into the mains outlet and the other lead into the sewing machine. You should be swapping like for like, so if your has a hard wired lead, then the replacement should too.

If you unscrew the screws on the foot pedal, you should be able to see if it is hard wired or the wire is in a socket. If it won't come out, it is possible it has got hot and melted the plastic to lock it in place.

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I Have a Yamaha dd55c electronic drum machine without the bass and Hi-Hat pedals. I am good with electronics and wondered how they are wired, or alternatively if they are available to buy from anywhere.


The pedals are domes with Piezo disc sensors. SImple two wire connection... the original pedals are really NOT very good... You might try to find regular pedals used for drum sets... they have a beater and sensor. They do cost a bunch.

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Is there a guitar hero foot pedal wire replacement as the wire to hook up pedal to drums is broken? Can I buy just the wire or do I need a whole new foot pedal? And if I can buy the wire, where do I buy...


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Had the same problem. I just replaced the brake booster unit, had a vaccuum leak out of where the push rod goes in. Solved.

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Everything else works on the drum set besides the bass drum pedal


i had the same problem but when i hit the set as hard as i could the bass worked without using the pedal. there was a wire on the inside that was probly disconected, i took it back and got the warenty,
if you have the recept try asking if you can return it for a new one becouse it has problemes on the inside of the dumb set, i also knew it wasent the pedal tho becouse i had bought a new one at bestbuy. i took it back and got a new set and it works perfect no matter how hard i hit it

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I broke the wire to Guitar Hero foot pedal?


I would say that you could just change the wire. Or just go to e-bay or some store on line and just buy another one. They are not to much
good luck.
Good luck 2913

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