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Greetings guitar freaks, the volume on my x3 live would still be on even the pedal is pressed towards min and it happens on all patches on my x3 live. I need to use the volume of my guitar to shut volume. all settings on patches are set 0(min) and 100(max) and can't figure any other way to set the volume.

It will be very much appreciated  if you can help me. thanks

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Somehow the volume pedal is turned off... Check in your system IO and see if it's a setting in there

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It could be that the pedal's board is shot. Which I do believe a replacement is not a bank breaker but until then:

 

Q: How do I calibrate the Expression pedal on the POD X3 Live?
A: 1. Go to test mode by holding down 'Right' on the directional pad when you power up.
2. Highlight Pedal Cal.
3. Press the INPUTS button.
4. Set the pedal to the heel position.
5. Press the A footswitch to get data on pwm duty cycles.
6. Set the pedal to the toe position.
7. Press the B footswitch to get data on pwm duty cycles.
8. Press the C footswitch for automatic selection of the best duty cycle.
9. Move the pedal to get smooth 0-255 Scaled Values.
10. Press the D footswitch to save the settings.

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thanks shredjsx and billbee, I'll try both your advice when I get home. Happy new year! cheers..

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Thanks again guys,  my volume/wah pedal is now working as suppose to. keep shredding.

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Hello everyone. I have the POD X3 and it is spiking in volume and lowering automatically. All over the place. Up and down as I'm playing and used to do it here and there before but it's doing it much more now. Doe anyone know about this and can anyone help me?? Thank you!

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