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Do you have an owner's manual......first thing to try would be a factory reset...sometimes this will un-scramble the operating system and set it back to when it left the factory....contact Roland for an owner's manual if you don't have one....hopefully this helps..if not, then you will have to open it up.....

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there are spraycans of cleaner that u can buy to cure it. sounds like dirty pots like maybe your volume pot on your amp or the pots on the instruments your playing. get the cleaner ,spray in the pots and move them back and forth and thats it. my marshall amp was doing the same and that was my cure. i dont remember the name of it but phone long and mcquade or another store and ask. hope that helps ya.

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Contact Roland..They have owners manuals on their site for download...

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did you check the fuses and if thats not it then the light may be burnt out.

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"It's dead, Jim."
Bones McCoy

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It's usually fine to leave solid state electronic equipment turned on. A small amount of heat is produced when powered up and it will usually help to prevent condensation inside the case if that's a problem. It's not normally needed unless it's in a damp and/or cold environment. A dehumidifier is possibly a better solution if you have a lot of moisture.

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rtm yet, read the manual on it for "troubleshooting" pages?

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The most likely problem would be wiring. By dropping it you loosened or disconnected a wire.

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Unfortunatly the impact from a fall can lead to numerous problems ranging from a broken fuse to a disloged power supply to a cracked board. I'd suggest taking it into your nearest Roland authourized service center to get it checked out. If you're not trained in electronics you can do more harm than good poking around inside the amp. https://www.roland.com/us/support/service_repair/service_centers

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The wires were probably broken or disconnected during the move.

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SPD-SX: Auto Off - Roland - Support - Knowledge Base - Knowledge ...


https://www.roland.com/us/support/knowledge_base/201970679/

Auto Off is a feature that shuts down the SPD-SX automatically when it hasn't been used for 4 hours. This can be helpful if you've mistakenly left the SPD-SX's ... Missing: js8 ‎' ‎Must include: ‎js8

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I got this free Pdf manual from an online store for free and I don't think Ive visited a mechanic or fixya for help for more than 3-4 times out of the all the times I fixed the chipper in these 4 years

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Possible IC chip shorted or failure on the fader board.

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Check eBay,you find a nice one there..

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