You could take the pedal into an electronics repair shop and they could probably diagnose the pedal to fix, find or replace anything. It could be a bad output connection (which is where I’d probably start) or check for obvious signs of burned out capacitor, transistor, or resistor. If repair shops are anything like in the U.S., you could probably expect to pay $100-$200 to diagnose and fix. If you have any hobbyist friends, they might be able to take a look at it for you: much less expensively but maybe not as reliable as a regular shop.
It’s a great pedal, otherwise working ok, just a shame I can’t get any sound now.
I have taken the back off to look for any scorch marks, the board is clean. I have e-mailed back to Singular Sound Support to ask what part governs the sound, so I might be able to buy a part and get it fixed. SS do not have any parts to supply I have been told, so I would have to source elsewhere. It wasn’t a cheap pedal here in Australia, I thought I was buying quality product, seems to be a common problem all of a sudden no sound.
I bought it second hand and have no clue about if dealers in Sweden exists. I would wish for a repair and I wish from you some kind of indication of the cause of the failure. Since it appears not to be an uncommon fault I would believe that you have some kind of knowledge/experience you could share.
Hi Tomas, I had the original problem in this thread. I am still waiting on a hobbyist friend to try and repair for me. He is going to try and resolder all joints or something. Sorry I am not a tech. Really hard to understand why SS is unable to repair or offer more on this common issue. They told me to buy another pedal.