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Need a Schematic? Check the Vault *MP-1 Classic Schematics Just Added!!

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Started by red2203stack - Last post by red2203stack
One addition, don't try this type of work with desolder braid. It tends to lift the eyelets. For parts removal, A hot air rework station set to about 275° works well. For the iron around 350°.

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Started by Chucky - Last post by Chucky
Here's another snippet of an original...
DualKlonz amp.
Fun.

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Started by Dante - Last post by Kim
That reference was mostly for the chip replacement info should you require it I guess.   

But last night I just went through and cleaned every single jack, switching contact, and pot in my entire guitar chain (MP-2, Intellifex, Classic 60/60) chasing exactly what you've described.  Success!   No more volumes spikes and no more static.   :whoohoo!:

Again, E.S.F.   Check the Easy Stuff First.   :thumb-up:

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Started by red2203stack - Last post by MarshallJMP
They (studiosoundelectronics.com  ) seem to have the return jack (JACK, 9-PIN Low Profile)

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Started by red2203stack - Last post by bunkyloo
Ok there is also studiosoundelectronics.com  I think there in Phoenix AZ. I am in southern California. Today I found a 9 pin that looks identical to that one look over all the jacks I believe its made by Jayco maybe same part different manufacturer. check it out I think its a winner I bought parts before from them.
Steve

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Started by Dante - Last post by Dante
I read that already...but I didn't know if what I have is a 'burp'

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Started by red2203stack - Last post by red2203stack
Steve, I think thats an old website. Emailed to confim availability and never got a reply.

Kim, I"ll try tubesandmore again. Looks like they had some of the other jacks but not the effexts return. The original one is 6 pin and still works but has been supper glued at the nut. I never use the effects loop anyways but was gonna try to fix it while under the hood for a cap job. 

Thanks for the replies,
Joe

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Started by Dante - Last post by Kim
And then there's this tidbit of info:

My MT200 freaks out

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Started by Dante - Last post by Kim
As it turns out, I too need to do a complete shakedown of my rig for a very similar problem.    :facepalm:

But since you've already narrowed the problem to the MT200, I'd suggest a good cleaning of every pot and jack in it first.   If there are switching type jacks, make sure to clean those switching contacts as well.   Always hit the Easy Stuff first....   :)

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Started by red2203stack - Last post by Kim
Another source to poke around in:

https://www.tubesandmore.com/products/jacks_plugs

There's some jacks in there that certainly look like the ones used in the MP-1, but you'd have to research the specs to make sure.    As another possible last resort... if the particular jack you need simply cannot be found, consider using a different jack that would still physically fit in the space needed and handwiring it to the board.   If there's a way you can do this, the MP-1 will not be "Stock" but will be functional.

Attached are pics of an example of an MP-1 getting different jacks than what it came with.   

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