#1
Ok, some of you guys may remember that I made a thread a while back dealing with my EVH Phase 90, and how it didn't work. I sent it back maybe 4-5 months ago, and it came back a few weeks later, working again. Well, this didn't last for long. When I try to run it in unison with my Digitech RP200A, it just silences everything when I step on it. I figured that maybe the RP200A was messing it up, since it has a phaser on it. So I tried with no RP. Still doesn't work, just silences everything, when the blue light comes on. Batteries aren't an issue, I'm using a power pack. Help? Thanks.
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#2
Try it with just a battery. Sounds like a loose wire running from the power source

Also, your power supply could be dead
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#3
Then how would the light be turning on and off when I step on it, if the power pack is dead? And besides, it's running to an outlet, can power pack's even die? *electricity noob* I've tried with just a battery before, that's why I ordered a power pack, because batteries give me more of the same.
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#4
It could be a problem with the powerpack overloading the pedal perhaps or it could be the loose wire to a component of the pedal; take off the back and have a looksee?
#5
Will do, but when I sent it back, the guy tested it, worked fine.
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#6
i **** i am having the same exact problem
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#7
Quote by philipisabeast
It could be a problem with the powerpack overloading the pedal perhaps or it could be the loose wire to a component of the pedal; take off the back and have a looksee?


Another possibility is that it is not supplying enough power to run the circuit. An LED takes VERY little power to light up
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#8
Why are people saying that it's a problem with the adapter? It's very unlikely that it is that, considering it bypasses fine, and the LED lights up. It is probably a component in the circuit that is messed up, not allowing the signal through. Could be a very simple fix, or a very complex one. I'm not sure what the circuits on those are like, but i'm going to assume its like my MXR chorus, and a PCB with tiny components, in which case, send it in if its under warranty.
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