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Old 9th November 2012, 08:47 PM   #11
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Agreed. I am as clumsy a solderer as my nickname should imply. Soldering the two big inductors back on took 1-2 hours. Does anyone know how to fill a syringe full of molten solder ? I may try to put the little caps back in too. As you noted, and my experiments show, the Behringer protection kicks in which would probably make bypassing it very difficult. I give up, at least for now.
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