#1
Anyone know how to do it, or know if there's any guides? Google's proving fruitless.

If you're gonna say "Why, Spider II's are ****" then don't bother posting. It's not helpful in the slightest and doesn't answer the question.
#3
if theres anything broken or not working anymore, send it to Line6
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#4
whatchu tryin to do to it?
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#6
When it comes to modeling amps, there's really not much you can do, but send it back. All the parts are neat little IC's and tiny circuits you don't want to mess with.
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#7
^

+1

There's no real maintenance to be done on Solid State amps, which is one of their selling points. Other than maybe a dusting and some common sense with handling, that's all they should need. At most, a speaker change if one gets blown.

There's no parts (like tubes) that would really get worn down and need replacement. It's like a miniature computer with a circuit board and chips.
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#8
I've established that the channel volume pot needs to be replaced. It's out of warranty and I'm fairly confident I can get hold of a pot of the same value fairly cheaply.
#9
You never "established" anything until your recent post, so no one knew what you wanted to do. XD

Volume pot is easy. Open the amp, look at the back of the pot, see the value, (its also probably a linear pot), get a new pot, hook up the wires where they used to go. There should be only two lugs used.
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#10
Quote by Reincaster
You never "established" anything until your recent post, so no one knew what you wanted to do. XD

Volume pot is easy. Open the amp, look at the back of the pot, see the value, (its also probably a linear pot), get a new pot, hook up the wires where they used to go. There should be only two lugs used.

Maybe he meant that he established it to himself, not to the thread?
#11
try some good ol fashioned hammer maintenance
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#12
Oh, possibly, XD.

But it still sounded weird though. Hence my XD
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