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A good cleaning of the board,jacks and pots with spray contact cleaner,and a tootbrush ...the contact cleaner must be WITHOUT lubricant...you'll probably find traces of oxide or residual marks from the water...those have to be removed from the board...believe me,i work repairing dialysis machines,that sometimes get flooded by water and other chemical fluids,and the circuit board and electronic partes can be salvated by cleaning as i told you...if you're afraid of getting into the electronics,an electronic technician can disasemble it and do the rescue for you...

Good luck,hope this reply helps

my creations...

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--- jacob smoller <jacobsmoller@gawab.com> wrote:

From: jacob smoller <jacobsmoller@gawab.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 19:22:00 GMT
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: EDP FLOODED! Help!

This is a sad post for me.

My EDP (newest model, black face), was recently involved in a
flooding incidient. It was not plugged in at the time. I got it
out of the water logged area, drained it as well as I could, and
let it fan-dry for 36 hours. I then, crossing both sets of
fingers, plugged it in and turned it on. Everything seems to be
working fine, except the input. The LED always glows orange, and
if I shake the unit it crackles and glows green. If I turn the
pot while making noise on my guitar I can sometimes faintly hear
the guitar, otherwise, nothing. Any idea what I might need to do
to fix this? Nothing inside the unit looks damaged (nothing
looks fried, nothing seemed to happen the first time I turned it

I know the creators of the unit post on here, and I'm hoping
maybe they can help!




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