#1
My vox input jack keeps falling into inside my amp and i have to keep openning it up and fixing it...is a way to prevent this?
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#2
Vox's are notorious for doing this, put the input jack back to where it was and secure it with some hot glue or glue the nut onto the threads.
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#3
that is odd that they wouldn't remedy that, since it seems to be a common problem. Have you tried using something like a locking washer?
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#4
The newer models use glue to secure the inupt jacks, his might be a while old.
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#5
ic, I guess that's one way to fix it, lol. I guess it would be pretty rare to have to replace an input jack though, except maybe on a really old amp.
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#6
2 words: duct tape.
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#7
Use green loctite on it, its exactly what its made for. make sure its the green kind though, you dont want red or blue. you can find it at just about any hardware store. save the hotglue for your moms arts and crafts projects.
#8
Just get one of those ridged washer things from your hardware store:


Like the one in the upper middle.
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