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Old 12-04-2010, 04:57 AM
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Default Any experience with repairing Drum Modules?

My problem is the female adapter that my snare wire goes into has suddenly become loose.

By loose I mean it holds the male end just fine but I have to pull the wire at an angle to get it to keep registering the 'hit' etc.

Does anyone have any knowledge of taking these things apart just to fix this one small issue?
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Old 12-04-2010, 06:19 PM
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Default Re: Any experience with repairing Drum Modules?

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My problem is the female adapter that my snare wire goes into has suddenly become loose.

By loose I mean it holds the male end just fine but I have to pull the wire at an angle to get it to keep registering the 'hit' etc.

Does anyone have any knowledge of taking these things apart just to fix this one small issue?
Pictures? If you have some - it would help.
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