#1
I got a TS-9 used from GC and it just kind of broke down on me. I think i plugged it into the wrong power adapter since i had like 6 of the things plugged into a wall for different purposes. Anyways now the thing, even when its off, makes this weird oscillating noise, think ZVEX, i mean its cool and all but i want my TS-9 back! Anyways has this ever happened to any of you? If so, fixable? I did buy it used so i can just return it if all else fails. Thanks!
#3
hard to tell without clips/a pic of the adapter you plugged in to.
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#4
Quote by ethan_hanus
You killed something in the pedal, just use batteries next time.





Quote by ticktockboom
I got a TS-9 used from GC and it just kind of broke down on me. I think i plugged it into the wrong power adapter since i had like 6 of the things plugged into a wall for different purposes. Anyways now the thing, even when its off, makes this weird oscillating noise, think ZVEX, i mean its cool and all but i want my TS-9 back! Anyways has this ever happened to any of you? If so, fixable? I did buy it used so i can just return it if all else fails. Thanks!


It would be easiest to just be a dick and get a replacement
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#5
It is fixable but I'm not sure how competent you are in fixing it...
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