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#1 PunkRawkPrincess

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Posted 04 February 2014 - 07:10 PM

Hey y'all, 

 

So I bought a Spider valve hd100 mk1 from a guy about a year ago (2012). I played lots of shows and recorded with it, but I always took excellent care of it. I got it about with about a year of use on it. It was working marvelously up until about october 2013. One day I turn my amp on to jam a bit, and the DSP settings that come with the amp started cycling by themselves. After a couple minutes, it would return to normal and I would play and be fine. Then in December 2013, the problem got worse. It would do the same thing as I mentioned before, but at a much faster pace and it would not stop after a couple minutes or even after an hour. Has anyone had this problem before? Any ideas of what it might be? I've already bought a new head (different brand) but I want to know if its salvageable or even worth the money to salvage it. PLEASE HELP!

 

Thanks in advance,

 

 

 

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#2 cwhitcher69

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Posted 16 February 2014 - 03:43 AM

Hey I have the same problem!! I was on here searching for answers. I really am disappointed in line 6. Paid a pretty penny for this 212. Now I can't use it? It wasn't even 2 years old when this happened. Anyone got any answers?


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#3 burster2

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Posted 27 March 2014 - 11:15 AM

My Spider Valve head is doing the same thing. Anyone find out the problem?


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#4 cgtrox

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Posted 02 April 2014 - 12:31 PM

There's an old trick you can try we used to call Park at Zero. When you turn on the amp and have your volume set, turn ALL of the knobs to ZERO and leave them there (except for the Master Volume and Presence), now use your FBV to control the amp. The problem was when you crank the amp it vibrates. The buttons would move just enough to cause this phenomenon. This may or may not fix your problem. But, it's something to try before you go to a repair shop....

 

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