#1
A few months ago, I ordered and built the PT-80 Delay Pedal on General Guitar Gadgets (http://www.generalguitargadgets.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=125&Itemid=26) and its been working fine, up until last night. Basically, it seems like none of the pots do anything anymore. The battery is fairly full (about 7V of 9 remaining), and the circuit is complete, because sound still comes out of my amp when the pedal is on, but I basically have no power to modulate the sound.

Could it be a potentiometer problem? Or could it be something else?

Help!
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#2
Does the level pot work? Do you hear any effect at all, or just a dry signal?

Edit: After reading the instructions, I would try replacing the battery. The circuit is designed to run on 12 volts, and 7 is probably too low.
Last edited by Losenger at Nov 2, 2008,
#3
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Does the level pot work? Do you hear any effect at all, or just a dry signal?

Edit: After reading the instructions, I would try replacing the battery. The circuit is designed to run on 12 volts, and 7 is probably too low.


Ah yeah, that was it.
Thanks.

Looks liek I should start stockpiling batteries, though
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#4
Or, you could use an adapter. That pedal is made to run on 12VDC. If you use an adapter, you wouldn't have to worry about batteries.