#1
These things are made to survive a nuclear holocaust, why does the battery die every time i use it? (it's a 9 volt btw) I just replace the battery, use it, next day, try to turn on the pedal, nothing happens. And none of the wires or anything are frayed, and the thing the pedal itself presses down to turn it on is intact.

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#3
you have to unplug your guitar/patch cable from the input of pedal or it will continue draining even when you're not using it
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#4
Are you leaving the lead plugged in? You need to take the lead out the input or it drains the battery


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#5
i'm leaving the battery plugged in when not using it, but if you mean an AC wall plugin whatever, no, I don't even have one

EDIT, yeah, i'm leaving the lead plugged in, thats my problem

i should probably read the manual more often

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Last edited by moscaespañol at Oct 30, 2011,
#6
the input jack. nothing can be in there when not using. as long as something is plugged into the pedals input the battery is draining.
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#8
Quote by moscaespañol

i should probably read the manual more often


You should turn it over more often.....

Reading the silver sticker on the back of mine:

Caution
For longer battery life, always keep the cord disconnected from input jack when not in use.
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