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RE: Argh, now I have an edp problem

the most likely is a bad contact of the CODEC
its the square chip on the left, saying Crystal
rather tricky to take it out without the apropriate tool, there is a 
danger to force the socket. maybe its enough to move it a little and 

>I forgot to mention, also when I press the Insert button when it is 
>set to half speed/full speed the whole unit locks up and nothing 
>more can be done exept power off. ???? this is confusing and weird 
>and im running out of time and options before i begin my gig season 
>>Ok guys I know this is getting to be like  a repetitive strain 
>>injury but I need a bit of help
>>I have been using my EDP as normal not excessivly and not in 
>>storage for a long time,
>>i turned it on a couple of days ago and all of a sudden there is a 
>>crackling noise on any sound that is recorded. the dry signal is 
>>clean and if i record silence that does not break the limiter 
>>threshold the sound is pretty clean (still a little louder thn I 
>>remeber) but as soon as I play a note or whatever there is a 
>>crackle introduced to the recording, this gets more prominant with 
>>each repeat.
>>I have opened the unit and removed the loop 4 chips odd and even 
>>and the 4 boards of ram that my edp has.
>>alas to no avail, im thinking it must be the anologue to digtal 
>>converter, i dont know what to do next, ive got shows coming up so 
>>there is a timeframe in which i would like to get stuff up and 
>>running again
>>PLEASE PLEASE HELP, I need you guys.
>>hope you can shed some light.
>>Phill Wilson
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