#1
I bought a Peavey Vypyr 30 watt amp and the amp input jack (sliver thing) is missing. What should I do?
#2
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#4
It needs to be opened up and inspected. You'll probably have to replace it.
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Marshall 18W clone
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#5
The person who sold it to me is getting a replacement jack. Will I need to have someone install it?
#6
Quote by Mark Roxx
The person who sold it to me is getting a replacement jack. Will I need to have someone install it?


can you solder decently? do you feel you are capable of dissembley and reassembly?

bringing it to a tech, the bill could be more than the amp is worth.
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#7
Quote by trashedlostfdup
can you solder decently? do you feel you are capable of dissembley and reassembly?

bringing it to a tech, the bill could be more than the amp is worth.

I suck at fixing things...

The amp cost me $89. Is it really that expensive to install a jack? I might just try getting a refund.
#8
The jack is on it's own little board, connected the the rest of the amp via ribbon cable. It would be a pretty easy job if you had the right replacement jack. You don't know anybody that can solder?
Honestly, if you open it up and look, I'd bet money you'll find that the entire assembly is just floating around in there and all it needs is to be put back in place and a new nut.
Don't forget to unplug it before you or anybody else removes the chassis.
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Randall RM100 & RM20
Marshall JTM45 clone
Marshall JCM900 4102 (modded)
Marshall 18W clone
Fender 5F1 Champ clone
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Marshall 1960A
Boss GT-100


Cathbard Amplification
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#9
Quote by Cathbard

Honestly, if you open it up and look, I'd bet money you'll find that the entire assembly is just floating around in there and all it needs is to be put back in place and a new nut.
Don't forget to unplug it before you or anybody else removes the chassis.

That makes sense since when I ordered it, the picture had the nut on it.
#10
Quote by Mark Roxx
That makes sense since when I ordered it, the picture had the nut on it.


Where did you get it from? If you can return it, you have a good reason.

Could be just that the nut fell off and is floating around in there.
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