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Pulling chassis out of DT25 1x12 combo
by mgdm74 on 2013-02-19 17:24:46

Hi there. Proud owner of a DT25 1x12 combo alongside with a HD500. Been using POD's for years, love them!

I have a small problem with the DT25. Something has come undone inside the chassis and is rattling around inside when I move it. Sounds metallic, like a nut or something. Amp is working perfectly, all knobs and switches secure on top panel so confident its nothing 'important.'

I'm wondering if anyone here has pulled their amp apart to check the tubes or just to have a look inside the chassis. What are the steps in taking the chassis out to have a look? Everything seems pretty tight around the cabinet and chassis so want to make sure I follow the correct order of removing screws before going ahead to discover what this mysterious piece is that's come loose.

Instructions with photos, link to youtube video (I've checked but haven't found anything yet) or a simple step by step procedure would be valuable.

Thanks in advance

Marty



Re: Pulling chassis out of DT25 1x12 combo
by talwilkins on 2013-02-20 02:06:24

It's really very simple:

1. Remove the wood peice in the back (4 screws)

2. Remove the screws on the top the amp in the back corners (black screws)

3. Remove the two screws from the handle, closest to the backside

4. Now you can pull the amp from the cab

You should now be able to get to all nooks and crannies.



Re: Pulling chassis out of DT25 1x12 combo
by mgdm74 on 2013-02-20 05:55:00

Thanks tal



Re: Pulling chassis out of DT25 1x12 combo
by mgdm74 on 2013-02-20 15:47:19

Pulled out the chassis following tal's instructions and found a loose knob cover floating around in there - the same ones used on the top control panel. Must have got in there during construction.

Thanks again!



Re: Pulling chassis out of DT25 1x12 combo
by talwilkins on 2013-02-20 22:04:06

Glad I could help!




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