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Hi Todd,
transformer? Was it a tube amp?
Or maybe Output Transistor?
I did this once. I believe it fried the output transformer.
Eden General / Re: By pass preamplifier in WT800
« Last post by Binkybongo on May 21, 2018, 01:27:21 PM »
Many thanks  8)
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Eden General / Re: By pass preamplifier in WT800
« Last post by Bassmann1968 on May 21, 2018, 12:15:47 PM »
Hi and welcome to the Garden!
Just send the sansamp Signal to the FX Return.
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Eden General / By pass preamplifier in WT800
« Last post by Binkybongo on May 21, 2018, 09:23:41 AM »
Hi am thinking of trying Sansamp programmable Di as the preamp and wonder if anyone can advise on it's suitability and any experience folks may have please.
Located in philadelphia
Hi Drew and welcome to the Garden!

I think the local tech isn’t the right choice.
To change the tube in the preamp, while you clearly must have damage in the power amp section, tells the story. Also change all transistors isn’t a diagnostic way of repair.
Eden Service Center is the best way to go.
Where are you located?
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Hey guys, new to forum.
I just got a used wt550 and was loving it on my first day.  I however foolishly decided to A/b it with my old ampeg pf500 just to hear the difference in tones.  When doing this I picked up the wrong speaker cable and accidentally plugged the output of my ampeg into the output of the eden wt550.  (i thought it was the one connected to the cab)  The eden amp was off but I think the damage was done, the next time I turned on the amp I got this sound:

took it immediately to a local tech I know.  We tried a new tube and tried some other easy fixes but it looks more complicated.  His first step to fix is to change all the transistors out.  Im in way over my head here, has anyone done this before? any advice>?   any techs you recommend?
Eden General / Re: Re: Noise in both my older Eden amps
« Last post by Bassmann1968 on May 11, 2018, 05:37:01 PM »
Hi Denny,
thanks for your feedback!
We usually suggest cleaning of all jacks, because that does the trick ever so often. Next would be cleaning of pots.
But it is hard to diagnose an amp without having it in front of yourself.
Pots are usually noisy when turned before they go bad.
Also a broken pot gives you a high pitched noise usually, not a chirping one.
Anyway,  I’m glad your Edens are working again the way they should.
Rock on!
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