#1
on behalf of my brother (who plays bass) :

his Fender Am Deluxe Precision Bass is broken the 3rd time in two years
the guitar center people said it was a faulty circuit board

any suggestions on fixing circuit boards or any causes for repeated problems?
#2
whats the actual problem, like whats wrong with the circuit board? does it just not work?
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#4
i would say contact fender but it's most likely the manufacturers warranty expired.
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Quote by LeviMan_2001
faulty circuit board?! unless this bass has got active electronics, usually basses don't have circuit boards! active electronics meaning it takes a battery and such.

usually higher end basses have active electronics (circuit boards)
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#5
It's an active-EQ bass according to the Fender website. Also the limited Fender warranty only covers electronic components for 1 year from date of purchase, so in that respect you're ****ed. Best bets I think if you don't know anything about the circuitboard would be to show it to someone who does or try to buy a replacement.
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