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Re: Jamman bugs/fixes - problems/repairs ?
At 9:22 PM -0700 7/12/00, XJ32@aol.com wrote:
>My problem is this, we have three Jammen (two with 30 sec upgrades) and
>have developed big problems and or just about died.
>Jamman #1 - This unit has "lost" the delay mode. Every dial setting is
>always in loop mode. That is all it will do. How can this be?
>Jamman #2 - This unit turns all effected sound into static. When
>sound passes in and out clean as a whistle. When not bypassed, all loops
>delays come out as garbled static.
>Jamman #3 - Turning the input dial creates loud glitches into the loop.
>one is probably just needing a new input "pot.")
>Has anyone experienced similar problems? Are there any known Jamman bugs
>Do I have to send them back to Lexicon? Will they fix them?
I'm not a jamman owner, but those all sound like hardware problems to me.
You should contact Lexicon, I'm quite sure they have a service department
that can help you out.
(The third one might just be a dirty pot, fixable with the potentiometer
cleaner stuff you can get at an electronics shop.)
>Can Bob Sellon fix them? I E-mailed him quite a while ago and got no
He doesn't work at lexicon anymore, I suspect he's not very keen to do
hardware repairs like that.
Kim Flint | Looper's Delight
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