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Busted My Line 6 Spider Iv. Help!

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Hello guys, I recently did something incredibly stupid. I connected my Spider IV 150Watt amp to my Ethernet cable (not knowing it was for a foot pedal) and all the lights lit up and it made a loud sound. A friend opened it up and we found a blown capacitor. I havent been able to identify a replacement online. its on the D6 port and its small an has YS M7 on it. can anyone help me locate one? I suspect it might be behind the loss of power cuz it stopped turning on after a while, but I suspect there might be other things that need fixing. Can anyone help me out??

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is that not just a fusible link dude inside the amp that blows when a problem occurs?

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Now that's service !!! Yeah Booooooyyyyyzzzzzzzzz

 

Can't resist.......... "Word!" Ahhhhhhhhhhhh..................

 

Is there a security chip in the S4s?

 

-B

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I did the same exact thing to mine and I replaced the PCB just like yours and now the leds dont light up and the text box just has a black bar going through it.

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I did the same exact thing to mine and I replaced the PCB just like yours and now the leds dont light up and the text box just has a black bar going through it.

 

That's an indicator that there is something else in the amp not working, a service center can diagnose it.

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