#1
i just got a Dunlop MXR fullbore metall effects pedal today. It didn't come with the power supply. So I tried putting in a 9 volt battery and it didn't work so I went to take it out and the battery was really warm. Then I got a 9v output cord and plugged it into the side. I plugged in my guitar to input and my amp to output. The led still wouldn't come on, but I was hearing this clicking noise. Then I unplugged my guitar from the input. Looked away for about 1 minute and I heard a pop. I look at the pedal and smoke is coming out of the hole where the cord was plugged into....seriously fml...I payed $100 for it, and I didn't even get to hear sound from it...I think it is fried..I am not sure if it is safe to try and use...
#2
It's fried don't use it, get a refund sounds like a manufacturing error
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#3
So, smoke is coming out of the thing, and you're not sure if it's safe for use...


Should be under warranty.
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#4
Well I plugged in a 9volt battery. Plugged in the guitar and amp. The light comes on and when I switch it off I can hear through the amp. When I turn it back on nothing. So I guess the fried part is what is keeping me from being able to use it when it is actually on?
#5
yeah you're pedal is fried. Get a refund/exchange. As long as they deem it not your fault it will be replaced for free
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#6
Yeah...it is fried..and I am an idiot for trying to still use it, but it didn't start smoking or burst into flames..yet. I am going to see about sending it in because it should still be on warranty.
#7
bring it back to the retailer, I work retail and if something is defective that soon after purchase we replace it at the store level
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#10
I bought it off of musiciansfriend.com...so I couldn't test it..I know I should have somehow but I had no way to...and I also know that there should have been an adapter that came with it..there wasn't..so i couldn't use the one that was supposed to be used. Lets see it can be powered by a dunlop ECB003 AC adapter, a dunlop DCB10 Brick, or MC403 power System. Or a 9volt battery.
#12
there are a few things you have to check before using a random adapter. The polarity, voltage, and mA output. Wrong polarity can fry your pedal if there isn't a protection diode in the circuit. Too much voltage can fry it, not enough voltage will make it sound different than intended. A pedal will only draw as much amperage as it needs, so as long as there is more amperage on tap then needed, you are covered there
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#13
I dont think any MXC pedal comes with an adapter unless you buy it separately or its a special deal.