#1
So earlier today I was doing my final A2 recital at school and I was using my Vox V847 wah. I was half way through a song and I tried to turn on the wah but it would not click on. After the recital I decided to try it again but to no avail. The switch won't click at all and I have only had it for 4 days. I have written to the site where I brought it from to see if I can get the whole pedal replaced but in case they say no, what can I do? What is wrong with it? and can I fix it by myself? It would be an awful shame to see £65 go to waste.
Thanks for any help.
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#3
As mentioned above, it is a Vox V847.
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#4
return it and get a new one, if you got it from a reputable source there wont be a problem in them exchanging
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