#1
I just baught a vox v847 used on reverb and i am having some problems. when i move the pedal "heel" all the way down there is a loud pop noise and while i am moving the pedal in the middle the signal cuts out occasionally. any idea why this could be and what i could do to fix it.
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#2
Quote by jonnyspace50
I just baught a vox v847 used on reverb and i am having some problems. when i move the pedal "heel" all the way down there is a loud pop noise and while i am moving the pedal in the middle the signal cuts out occasionally. any idea why this could be and what i could do to fix it.

id hate to have to return the pedal because i got a good deal
Owned:
Fender Pawn Shop Jagurillo
Epiphone Les Paul Custom Silverburst
Epiphone EJ200CE
1999 Epiphone firebird VII
Fender Mustang III
SOLD:
Arcrylic Telecaster copy
K-Tone Hollow body
P bass Copy
Ibanez JS100
Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar
#3
Probably the wah pot itself or the wires connected to it have come loose.
If you can use a soldering iron, you could try re-flowing the solder on the wah pot terminals.
Also maybe re-flow the wires that are connected to the wah pot on the PCB end.

I had a similar problem with my wah a few years ago.
I replaced the pot. Still had that "pop".
I re-flowed the solder at both ends of the wires and that fixed the problem.
#4
turns out there was a piece of aluminium foil on the inside
Owned:
Fender Pawn Shop Jagurillo
Epiphone Les Paul Custom Silverburst
Epiphone EJ200CE
1999 Epiphone firebird VII
Fender Mustang III
SOLD:
Arcrylic Telecaster copy
K-Tone Hollow body
P bass Copy
Ibanez JS100
Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar