Introduction

If your device does not have power, replace the power input jack.

Image 1/1: Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the four 21.7mm screws holding the back panel to the frame.
  • Be sure to unplug the device before proceeding.

  • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the four 21.7mm screws holding the back panel to the frame.

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  • Once the screws are out, use a plastic opening tool or spudger to pry the top of the back panel open. There may be some resistance, but it will eventually pry loose.

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  • Once the top is separated, use your hand to remove the back panel from the unit.

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  • There will be two black wires connecting the top mounting bracket to the reverb box at the bottom of the unit. Label the wires to prevent crossing upon re-installation, then unplug the wires from the reverb box.

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  • Label and unplug the two red wires connecting the mounting bracket to the speaker by pulling them off the nodes.

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  • Use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to unscrew the four 36.4 mm screws holding the mounting bracket to the top of the amp.

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  • Pull the mounting bracket free from the frame. It may be wedged in very snug, in which case, use a plastic opening tool/spudger to pry it loose from the front.

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Image 1/2: Disconnect the wire connectors from the back of the input jack by pulling them away from the jack. Image 2/2: Disconnect the wire connectors from the back of the input jack by pulling them away from the jack.
  • Before disconnecting the wires, label, make note of, or memorize each wire according to where it connects to the power input jack.

  • Disconnect the wire connectors from the back of the input jack by pulling them away from the jack.

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Image 1/2: Hold the nut in place while unscrewing the 12.1 mm screws using a pair of needle nose pliers to prevent it from spinning. Image 2/2: Hold the nut in place while unscrewing the 12.1 mm screws using a pair of needle nose pliers to prevent it from spinning.
  • Use Philips #1 Screwdriver to unscrew the two 12.1 mm screws on the exterior of the power input jack.

  • Hold the nut in place while unscrewing the 12.1 mm screws using a pair of needle nose pliers to prevent it from spinning.

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  • Pull the power input jack out of the mounting bracket.

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Conclusion

Once the old power jack is removed, to install the replacement power jack, follow the guide in reverse.

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