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Hi,I have FBX longboard pedal.One switch is broken,so I need to know the type of switch to buy the right one...second problem I have is,that the wah pedal does not work,it switches on/off,but does not change the value,so I need to know the name of a component that drives the value of wah(expression)pedal...thank you :)

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SOURCE: Weeping Demon pedal broke

Suspect that the circuit board may have cracked in the vicinity of the power jack. Also check for a switch under the pedal. SOme have them and it might be broken.

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SOURCE: when i select the wah pedal funtion, it does not make the wah

You are apparently talking about an FX pedal with a built in wah function. Which pedal and model number? The Digitech RP350 for instance has a special procedure for initializing and recalibrating the pedal. Is that the problem or is it maybe the opto isolator ?

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SOURCE: Wha pedal dysfunctioning

Its cause from an intamitent in other words a make and break in the pedal.

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SOURCE: How do you switch the FBV express MKII from volume

Press toe-switch D

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