Now let’s take a closer look at the wiring
of the output socket (which, again, is on
the right side when the pedal is turned over
and situated as shown on previous page).
Notice that the white wire attaches to
the “tip” tag of the jack, and the black
wires connect to the “sleeve” tag.
To remove the old output jack:
1. Heat up your soldering iron.
2. Desolder all three wires.
3. Unscrew the nut that holds the
socket in place.
4. Remove the old jack.
To install the new output jack:
1. Take one mono Switchcraft socket
and insert into the empty hole.
You may need to use an awl or
drill to slightly widen the hole so
that the new jack fits.
2. Screw the nut in place. Be sure to
include the locking washer
between the socket and the side of
the wah (as shown below).
3. Mad wicked—well done. Now
take the black wires that were
attached to the ring tag of the old
socket and strip a little more than
half an inch of plastic off the ends.
4. Twist the exposed parts of both black
wires together (as shown below).
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