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BOCTOK55

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  1. I must admit that I haven't replaced the main board yet, even though I have the new replacement. When I opened the back access panel, I saw that all of the plugs had been smothered with hot glue and I didn't go any further with the repair. How difficult was it to remove all of the glue from the plugs? I didn't want to damage any traces on the board by trying to pry off the glue. I did see the SD card and considered pulling it out to inspect, but if I recall correctly, it had a dab of glue on it as well. Someone really went crazy with the hot glue gun.
  2. I went ahead and ordered a main board replacement from Full Compass ($125). Hopefully, that will do the trick. If not, I'll order the power supply. They stock both. I have yet to install the new main board, but I'll keep you posted.
  3. Well, that kind of sucks. I don't suppose that they are doing any research to find out what component on the board is causing the problem.
  4. And it did it again this evening, after about 20 minutes.
  5. Plugs are all good and I doubt it was an overheating problem. I keep my practice room right at 60 degrees and I had only been playing for 10 minutes or so, at low volume.
  6. This started last night. I was playing along with my music, using headphones and all of a sudden, the amp did this restart. I got the 4 blinking lights for a few seconds and then it went back to normal, although, not on the preset that it was on. I thought it was just a glitch and went on playing, after I had set the preset and started the song again. After a few minutes, it did it again. Power supply going out? I highly suggest for the next firmware/app update, some sort of function test.
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