#1
Okay so I got this Fender Classic Volume pedal for my birthday last year, and the last time I used it was about 6 months ago. When I went to play through it last month, it was dead. I took the bottom cover off and found that the part where the red wire attaches to the pot itsself had snapped off. I tried superglue, which attatched it but it still wont conduct. I know that I can just buy a new pot, but if anybody can tell me if/how i can reattatch/rewire the leads, I'd really appreciate it.
Ibanez SR405QM
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#3
solder is metal that when heated, turns liquid, and then cools rapidly.

so you'll need a soldering iron and some solder. and you just hold the wire onto where its meant to go, then melt the solder on top of it. it'll cool down in a second, and then it'll be fine.

think of it like superglue that conducts i guess.
#4
It wont do anything. Theres a part of the circuit board thats snapped off. I just wanted to know if it was possible to reconnect it and have it conduct.
Ibanez SR405QM
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#5
Forget trying to rewire the old pot, I'm just gonna get a new one.
Ibanez SR405QM
Quote by Demonikk
When it comes to the point where the fate of the world is in the hands of any UG member, I think it's safe to say we're pretty much ****ed


Spoken by a true American

PSN-Italiano_Mafioso
ESP Ltd F-50
MXR M-116