#1
Is it bad to do this? Sometimes my cord will get in the way and I can't see the light and I'll realize I left one of my pedals on all night long. They're plugged into the ac adapter so the battery doesn't die
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#2
i wouldnt think its bad
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#3
not that i know of, but i would make it a habit of unplugging everything 'cause you never know
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#4
If a fuse blows the pedal will blow up I think... or something like that =P I can't remember exactly what my dad told me :P
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#5
running electrical equipement always forms a risk of malfunction. Probabably, nothing will go wrong, but if you're unlucky something shorts and destroys the pedal / causes a fire
#6
Even if you leave all the wires connected you should still take the plug out of the mains when your not using it anyway.
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#7
its better just to be sure and unplug your AC adapter regardless if your pedals on or off, you still waste electricity in stuff thats plugged in that your not using i.e ac adapters, cell phone chargers, etc.
#8
Quote by DoubleyouW
If a fuse blows the pedal will blow up I think... or something like that =P I can't remember exactly what my dad told me :P


well then thered be no point using fuses. a fuse breaks the curcuit when it becomes too powerfull. but if the ac addapter malfunctions which is likely in extended periods of use. thenyour pedal could recieve full main voltage, which would fry it.
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#9
there would be more concern for the heat generated by the power supply causing a fire risk

TS stop wasting energy, and tidy up it only takes a second to unplug something.
#10
Quote by ibanezgod1973
there would be more concern for the heat generated by the power supply causing a fire risk

TS stop wasting energy, and tidy up it only takes a second to unplug something.


+1

Your better off switvhing everything off, just in case it causes a fire.
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#11
Quote by Birchall17
Even if you leave all the wires connected you should still take the plug out of the mains when your not using it anyway.


+1

Just unplug the main or turn off the power strip if you have one. that way it doesn't matter if the pedals were left "on."
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#12
It will just kill your 9V's...But seriously, be nice to nature, unplug once and a while.
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