#1
i have a vox da5 and i want to sell it but i went to plug it in and it wasn't powering up i tried a few different adapters and still nothing i bought it second hand a while ago my fiends dad knew who owned it before and said they couldn't get it working :/ it worked for about 6 months or so when i got it it always has a lot of feedback but i think its just my guitar cuz my other amp has feedback too i have accidentally put in the wrong polarity few times could that do it? and sometimes when i plug the adapter out it comes on for half a second or so when i do it does anyone have this problem or know what it might be?
#2
if you used a wrong polarity plug I'm guessing that wouldn't help. I dunno about your amp but doing that can fry pedals.
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#3
i think its where the lead goes in because it works when you have the cable in a certain position i just tape it in place which works for me cx
#4
if that's the case it could be something wrong with the jack or its connections. if you fried the pedal by using the wrong polarity I don't think it'd work intermittently (don't quote me on that ), it'd just not work at all.
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#5
Sounds like the plug is damaged. Might be able to take it into a shop and get it fixed.
#6
sorry for such a late reply I'm awful at remembering things but i fixed it by wiring the transformer directly through the battery input it worked and its sold now anyway
#7
no worries

glad you got it fixed
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