#1
Hey guys,

Well I have a boss ce-5 chorus pedal and it worked perfectly up to now with a cheap regular 9 volt power supply.
I recently brought a new Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+ to work with my pedaltrain, and it works fine on all my pedals (boss dd-3, digitech blues, ETC...) but when I plugged it into the ce-5 it didn't work.
What I mean is that the whole chain is broken and no sound is coming from the amp because the signal stops at that pedal, the red light that's supossed to glow isn't glowwing and when I tried plugging it into my cheap power supply it also dosn't work.

Any help?

Thanks
#2
i think somethings got disconnected inside.If you're any good at fixing electronics than take the pedal apart and see if somethings burned or come loose,if not take it to some one who knows how to fix one
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#3
Did you use the lead with the red jack on it?
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#4
the requirments on the manual say that you need to use a normal 9 volt cable to make it work so...
#6
Quote by GV8
the requirments on the manual say that you need to use a normal 9 volt cable to make it work so...


Just making sure you didn't, cause that would've fried it.
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#7
You haven't caught one of the tiny dip switches underneath the power supply and the changed the voltage output on that specific lead have you? That would fry a pedal nicely.
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