#1
Hello!

Alright so a friend gave me his Proco Rat ll and the thing has worked great! The same friend and I also decided to make a pedal board, for shits and gigs, but a nice one none the less. SO going to his house back and forth i took all my pedals pretty securely to measure how long and what not. I plug it in now with a 9v adapter and the light comes on but i get no signal. I don't get any sound with the pedal engaged with the light on, nor with the pedal/light turned off. What the hell? any thoughts?
#2
was the adaptor the correct polarity and voltage etc.?
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#4
so when you try it with an adaptor the LED lights up but you get no sound, yet when you try it with a battery the LED doesn't light up (and you get sound?)...

that's weird. I kind of suspect this is beyond my pay grade...
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#5
The LED is a bit puzzling but my guess is that the it's blown a component up at the DC power in. It has a small diode to protect the device from reverse polarity but the diode itself can blow as can the capacitor and the 100R resistor right up there near it. That's where I'd be looking first. I'd be suss on the DC jack itself too, especially the switch in it.
It's gonna require some proper fault diagnostics.
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