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Accident, headphone into punch inlet

I accidentally plug my headphone into the punch inlet...did I do anything damaging to the machine? Since I don't have the foot pedal switch, I have no way to test it. Any help here?

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Ive done that... no problems for me yet... then again, i don't have a foot switch either

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