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We don't do that here, check with them...

Epiphone Music | Answered 23 hours ago | 26 views


You may have the tuner too far away from the guitar or the batteries may be going flat. Check to make sure that there is nothing blocking the microphone hole and that there is no other noises in the area which could be affecting what the tuner is hearing

Fishman Music | Answered Yesterday | 19 views


Thee is a standard wiring connection for stylus cartridges. Looking at the rear of the cartridge, there are four connections. With the stylus point down, starting at the top left and moving clockwise:-
White wire - Left channel out (10 o'clock)
Red wire - Right channel out (2 o'clock)
Green wire - Right channel ground (4 o'clock)
Blue wire- Left channel ground (8 o'clock)

Alternately the connection arrangement could be in a vertical line with alternate pins staggered. In this arrangement looking from top to bottom it will be :-
White wire - Left channel out ( Top left)
Red wire - Right channel out (Second right)
Blue wire- Left channel ground (Third left)
Green wire - Right channel ground (Fourth right)

I hope this helps

Music | Answered Yesterday | 24 views


It sounds like one of the preamp valves is faulty or other components in that area of the circuit causing a positive feedback loop which is generating the noise. You need to take it to an authorised Fender repairer in your area. Whereabouts are you?

Fender ®... | Answered Yesterday | 71 views


If you are smelling a burnt smell, then you have probably burnt out the speaker coil. You would need to take both speakers to a local repair centre in your area and have them checked out. They may be able to repair the speaker or may have to replace it.

M-Audio Avid... | Answered Yesterday | 81 views


Request the repair manual directly from Casio.

Casio Music | Answered Yesterday | 15 views


First of all they are metric fasteners. The best thing to do is measure the diameter of the hole with a metric of English ruler, then measure the depth of it with something skinny Using that info go to a hardware store and look for a fastener that fits the description. There are going to be different thread sizes. Get one of each and try them out to see what is the right one.

Yamaha Music | Answered Yesterday | 25 views


Right, to you too...

Roland Boss... | Answered 2 days ago | 29 views


Open pedal, check with Ohm Meter when you open/close it at the connector.
Fix.

Yamaha Dtxpress... | Answered 2 days ago | 33 views


Google that, best bet...

Allen & Heath AH... | Answered 2 days ago | 15 views


Contact ZOOM ?

Zoom H4 Handy... | Answered 2 days ago | 41 views


We don't sell stuff here.
Check on Google....

CORTEX Dmix600... | Answered 2 days ago | 15 views


We don't do that here, ask them please ?....

Music | Answered 2 days ago | 18 views


Talk to Yamaha, could be the LCD connection or the driver board...

Yamaha Full-Size... | Answered 2 days ago | 67 views


Get the Manual ???

Soundcraft... | Answered 2 days ago | 43 views


Google that

Music | Answered 2 days ago | 112 views


turn it off, then get a Tech ?

Yamaha Music | Answered 2 days ago | 33 views

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