#1
My Digitech DF-7 distortion factory pedal has somethin wrong with it. I plug the pedal in turn it on and the lights on and it makes no noise at all. Idk if its a dead battery cause if it was the light would be off. What is wrong with it? Or what should i do? Thanks for any help.
#4
Um make sure your input (your guitar) is in the Input hole and your amp is in the output hole. It took me 2 hours to figure that one out one time :P
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#5
manthtscrazy everythings plugged in fine the cables are fine too
kurdtkobaign Ya im gonna take it to the store and ask them about it soon and if its because of an adapter i'll buy that.
#6
maybe a cable shorted out. try wiggling the cables around and try swappin out a cable.
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#7
Quote by JesseIbanez
Um make sure your input (your guitar) is in the Input hole and your amp is in the output hole. It took me 2 hours to figure that one out one time :P


thats wht i thought happend but i think you should deffentaly take it somewhere
#8
im hopin to take it to the music place tomorrow its not the cable i though that right away but its not i tried them both directly into the amp and they worked fine.
#10
Well don't take it apart cause that will void your warranty but I'm think maybe a loose connection in the input or output jack
#12
Take it apart, and look for broken solder joints.
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#13
ive had this happen to many a digitech pedal take it to the place of purchase theyll take the pedal give you a new one and send the old one back