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Messages - MarshallJMP

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Effects / Re: NPD - Yamaha MFC10 Midi Foot Controller
« on: Today at 02:35 PM »
15$, man how do you find these things so cheap  :facepalm:

Discussions / Re: Starting to feel old
« on: Today at 06:43 AM »
well ... we're getting vintage  :thumb-up:

hahahaha  ;D

Discussions / Re: Starting to feel old
« on: Time Format »
I know what you mean, although I only need one reading glas  ;D

MP-2 / Re: Display offset problem
« on: Time Format »
Do you mean that the characters are shifted to the right? Both rows?

Amps / Re: Mesa 50/50 lo power issue
« on: Time Format »
Mmm strange  :o

Amps / Re: Mesa 50/50 lo power issue
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From what I can see, the hi/lo switch doesn't change anything to the bias circuit, or am I missing something? It just seems to lower the voltage to the phase inverter.

yep the 2134 is pin compatible with the NE5532

That looks okay  :thumb-up:

Hey Dante, you are the pedal "artist"  ;D

Measuring in circuit is always difficult and not always acurate. Replace those mosfet's and all the driver transistors (MPSA...). Then it would be best to use a variac to slowly raise the voltage and check the current.

Did you set your meter on continuity test? Does it have a diode check test?

Well that's easy checked with a multimeter.

The link doesn't work (for me anyway)?

Maybe a stupid question, but are you sure you're using a adaptor with the correct polarity?

Don't think the transformer is the problem since both channels share the same power supply. I "think" it might be a bad contact on the pcb since the wires from the tranny are very stiff they might move the pcb also. I would check the soldering on those big white resistors. Sometimes they desolder themself and if you get a bad contact it can blow the mosfet's. Anyway that's what I "think" 

But when you replace the mosfet's I would also change the drive transistors and check those signal diodes also.

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