#1
I've had my Vox V847 for about 6 months and it's been fine til now. I haven't used it in a while due to having a broken cable but now I've got a new one so it's cool.
Now, whenever I turn it on, it doesn't work properly. The sounds still there but it sounds really faint, as if the battery is dead (I've tried this with new batteries) and when I push it down, it doesn't work at all. If I turn the wah pedal by pushing it all the way down then the sound comes out of the amp.
I don't understand why this is happening. This may have something to do with the fact that I took the rubber feet and the plate off the bottom of my wah because I was told this makes the wah more 'vocal' (I'm looking for the parts as I type this to see whether this is the problem or not).
Any ideas?
Jackson RR5
Epiphone LP Standard
Ibanez S370
Marshall JCM 800 4103 Combo
Roland Cube 60
#2
First off, removing the rubber feet will only increase the Wah's range by a little, you'll need to mod the circuit if you want a more vocal sound. The only thing I can think that might affect the sounds strongness might be a loose footswitch?

I've never taken mine apart, but perhaps someone else can answer this :\
Bring back Tabo
#3
How do a fix a loose footswitch?
Help appreciated.
Jackson RR5
Epiphone LP Standard
Ibanez S370
Marshall JCM 800 4103 Combo
Roland Cube 60
#6
Yes, I took the rubber feet off.
How do I fix this problem then? Will I be able to do it myself, will I need to take it to a shop or is it forever gone?
Jackson RR5
Epiphone LP Standard
Ibanez S370
Marshall JCM 800 4103 Combo
Roland Cube 60
#7
OMG lol

The rubber feet you were supposed to take off were the ones near the on/off footswitch (on the rocker part of the pedal itself)

By taking off the rubber feet and the bottom plate, you just exposed the electronics to damage!

lol!
#8
So you think that's what's happend?
In this, what do I do? Take it to a shop and have it repaired?
Jackson RR5
Epiphone LP Standard
Ibanez S370
Marshall JCM 800 4103 Combo
Roland Cube 60