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Turning the helix ON/OFF


redbelo
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I actually contacted Line 6 directly on this a while back and was told:

 

<ahem>

"Quote: 

Hi,
You're good to go using an external switch.  Your proposed set up will not damage the Helix at all.  Have fun!

Thanks,
Will - Line 6 Support"

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  • 2 weeks later...

I fried my Vetta II HD that way (or it was a very unfortunate coincidence). Used a power strip switch. Seemed to be a momentary spike in power and it was toast. I have been turning things on/o in series ever since. Good to know that L6 is making things more robust these days. 

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