#1
well, when i switch from lead to clean or clean to lead on my 6505+'s footswitch, it will occasionally make a loud poping noise, then switch channels.
i was told it could be the wiring in the plug in, so i used a power strip with a fuse built into, and it worked for a while, but it just happened again.

note, thise doesnt happen every time, just every once in a while.
i am also playing at relaitvly low volumes ( .5-1.5, on a 120 watt tube)

any ideas on what is happeneing and how to fix it?
Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#2
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Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#3
possibly a bad cord in the Switch box
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#4
Don't know if your footswitch is like mesa's. But try turning on the amp while it is in standby, just cycle through the channels a few times before you turn it on.

Mesa's are notorious for this. But I honestly don't know about Peavey's. You could give it a try though and see if that stops it.
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