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Make sure you have correct power supply! (Read 4136 times)

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Have a Lexicon JamMan that requires servicing. When it is plugged in it runs through it's diagnostics then the overload (red) LED comes on and there is no output. The rig has all memory slots filled and all functions appear to be operating correctly. As per Bob's recommendations I have checked the PS caps, Input Jacks and pots which just leaves the Op Amps to check from his list. Is there a test I can perform to locate the problem. I can drive a signal into the input but as I don't have a schematic I am unable to safely trace the signal through the circuit,

Problem solved:
I just found the PS schematic and found that the feed should be 9v AC. I then looked at the plug on the back of the JamMan and saw the AC symbol. I changed the PS to AC and it now works like a champ.
Many thanks for all your help.
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