#1
I just recently bought myself an Epi les Paul 100, it was working fine until this morning, when i tried to fix a looose input Jack. Well I thought I had fixed it, and when I plugged it in, and I had no sound. I opened it up, and I could just take the Jack peice out? It fell out, is that Bad?

Anyways, I then tightened it to the plastic peice and put it back in screwing it all up, and I stil get no sound. Help please?
#2
you could take the jack piece completely out? when you say that do you mean it came out alone, or are there wires soldered to it? Either way, sounds like either a bad solder joint or no solder joint..
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#3
dodgey soldering, either take it back for a replacement or get someone who knows how to solder it together back again.
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#4
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you could take the jack piece completely out? when you say that do you mean it came out alone, or are there wires soldered to it? Either way, sounds like either a bad solder joint or no solder joint..



I could take it completely out, No wire attached or anything.
#5
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dodgey soldering, either take it back for a replacement or get someone who knows how to solder it together back again.



How much would it cost to get them to Resolder it?
#6
It's not all that hard to do alone if you look up schematics. Most places around here would probably just do it for you for free real quick if you ask nicely (or perhaps give the tech a small tip )
Last edited by apope at Jan 13, 2007,