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JTV 69 Battery going dead when nont in use.

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Every time I charge my battery I put it in the guitar and play for a bit. I unplug it and put it down for a couple of days and the battery is completely dead. What the hell is going on?

 

I haven't used the digital modelling for months now because of this problem. Very frustrating.

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You are not leaving a 1/4 inch cable plugged in are you?????  If not, then something is wrong.  My battery in my JTV has been in there for two months without being charged and it shows two lights.  (I am using the VDI cable with my HD500x)  Those batteries should hold a charge for months if they are not being used.

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Every time I charge my battery I put it in the guitar and play for a bit. I unplug it and put it down for a couple of days and the battery is completely dead. What the hell is going on?

 

I haven't used the digital modelling for months now because of this problem. Very frustrating.

Only other thing to try is taking the battery out of the guitar when not in use...if it keeps a charge, then the problem is in the guitar somewhere and power is being drained when its not supposed to. Otherwise, its just a dead battery...either because its been through too many charging cycles and simply used up, or its defective.

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I mentioned in my original post that I am unplugging the guitar when not in use. No 1/4 inch plug or VDI or anything.

 

I have not charged the guitar that many times as i've had the guita for about 6 months and this has been happen for most of it.

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