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  1. Dear Community, i have been a happy and thankful owner of several Line6 products for around nearly 20 years now. But unfortunately some weeks ago an accident happened with my POD PRO X . As my unit is far beyond any warranty time, I would be incredible thankful, if any of you guys could give me an idea what the name of the part is I need to replace (and if that would make any sense at all). Here is what happened: I had been playing and editing while the POD PRO X was connected to my computer for maybe twenty minutes or half an hour or so. What happened is that for some reason the computer didnt switch from its internal interace to the interface of the POD - which it usually always did by itself! So it must have been that both have been active at the same time. Unfortunally I was so fixated on creating effects with my headfones on that I didnt realize that circumstance. Until suddenly a really loud bang did appear. Putting my headfones off I realized that my computer did turn bluescreen and the Pods small screen was black as well. It was not possible to turn the Pod on again - it stayed dead (happily the Computer did not suffer from that). The power system in my flat was working normally - so it had to be something between computer and Pod. Opening the unit I saw that a small piece was actually burned and actually really exploded into pieces . There was a decent but unmistakingly burned smell as well. So, if any of you guys could give me ANY idea what that piece could have been and how to further deal with the situation I would be really really really thankful. The POD has been bought newl around 2014. If thats helpful to you - I am living in Germany. I did attach some fotos. Please write if some you need further ones. THANKS ! Kind regards, - Alex
  2. I have a POD Pro that has been in my studio for years. I have the foot controller for it and I use the SPDIF output to my protools interface (digi 003).. recently, the volume level has been super low. (may have been the floor controller pedal... not sure. Too late to find out now. Two days ago, by display started saying Pod Pro over and over again. I have never seen that before. I pushed some buttons to try to get a response and turned the power of and on a few times. Now it has no display. The red "vent lights" come on, but nothing else. Has anyone ever had this happen before? I assume the POD Pro message was an error or impending failure message, especially in light of the failure. What does it mean? What can I do? Is this fixable?
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