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 Post subject: Analog Delay - No Sound
PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2022 4:23 pm 
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Hi BYOC Community,

I'm having a little trouble with my second build: the analog delay.
The LED lights up and the true bypass is working, but other than that, I am not getting any sound whatsoever when the footswitch is engaged. I have tried each
I'm sure it's a problem with my soldering or wiring skills...but I thought I'd come to the experts to see if you could find anything in particular that might be the culprit.

Thank you so much for your help! I genuinely appreciate you all!

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PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2022 4:55 pm 
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Hi and welcome to the forum. Thanks for adding photos.

Your symptoms, which we see a lot, almost always indicate a poor/cold solder joint somewhere. Your photos confirm that there are a few joints that look iffy. I would recommend reflowing all your solder joints. This post has more details about that. Make sure your iron tip is clean and hot as you go along. And you might need to add a touch of solder to some of the joints. From the component side, I can see that the solder is not filling some of the eyelets. But it won't take much, and just melting the solder might be enough to correct it.

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PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2022 11:36 am 
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sjaustin wrote:
Hi and welcome to the forum. Thanks for adding photos.

Your symptoms, which we see a lot, almost always indicate a poor/cold solder joint somewhere. Your photos confirm that there are a few joints that look iffy. I would recommend reflowing all your solder joints. This post has more details about that. Make sure your iron tip is clean and hot as you go along. And you might need to add a touch of solder to some of the joints. From the component side, I can see that the solder is not filling some of the eyelets. But it won't take much, and just melting the solder might be enough to correct it.


Thank you SO much. Embarrassed that I didn't come across the post while searching the forum but grateful that it exists. Really appreciate the help, man. Really appreciate it.


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