It’s back working, knock on wood. I removed the plates, repositioned the motor, then used some contact cleaner on the spring and contact just to make sure.
Hopefully didn’t mess anything else up. That o ring stays in place on the top plate on mine.
I think I may have started drawing before it vibrated, which I understand can cause combustion. Not certain though.
As a test I ran another load through it start to finish on 10 and did not combust. So not 100% sure what I did or what happened exactly.
What do you guys use to treat and protect the wood?
My plan was to just use a dab of fretboard oil since I always have that around.
Also, not that I need it now, but does anyone know what page has the post detailing the “fix” for performance loss? Just so I can make note.
Correct, a Mighty. I didn’t have to pay shipping back to me, though I did have to pay to get it to them. I’d basically just been waiting for the OK to actually send it in and pick which device I wanted. Not sure if that delay was because of Mighty stock issues, they didn’t communicate that and...