Need help with using proper Line 6 DL4 Power supply

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  1. lespauldawg

    lespauldawg Senior Member

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    I was hoping I could get some help with this problem.
    I recently bought a Line 6 DL4 without a power supply so, I need advice how to power this sucker up without causing damage.
    I have a DC Brick power unit, I read using a certain adapter can be used.
    If anyone has experienced this issue it would be great to hear from you.

    below are the DC Brick specs:

    • 7 - 9V and 3 - 18V outputs Powers up to 10 pedals Fully regulated 1,000mA power Special circuit protection against shorts and overloads

    thank you
    LPD
     
  2. pillbug

    pillbug Senior Member

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    Hey man, I just looked at mine and it is 9v AC 1000ma and says Line 6 made in China. I'd recommend checking with Line6 if this can be bought as a replacement part from them, or else just use batteries.
     
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    tzd Senior Member

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    stryker59 Senior Member

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    a godlyke powerall will power with the adaptor they have for it
     
  5. Mr Alarm

    Mr Alarm Senior Member

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    I struggled with the same problem once. Then I soldered a 9Vbattery clip to the DL4's battery department so that I could give it DC power thru it. Many power supplies have a battery clip adaptor, use it. I remember 9V DC were ok. If the Amperes are right...
     

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