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antyac2108

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Yes
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When it is sticking, if you measure the voltage on the offboard switch holes closest to the output edge, does it read something like battery voltage, or does it read less (.5 volts or less)? Measuring relative to ground (any of the mount pads)
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It reads 9. Something when being fired on the external switches
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I measured it when I was at work and didn't bring the multimeter home sorry
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9. Something volts sorry should have put that in there
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Could that cause this problem

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Which is what it should. The question is when it is continuing to fire after you stop pressing the fire button, does it read 9-12v, or does it read less than a volt?

That would tell us if it is a hardware problem or a software problem. 
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It read 9 volts
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If you mean the via hole next to the output pad, then no, we use that to be able to test the output from the top side during production. It connects to the pad, so you can solder it or not, it doesn't make a difference. 
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Yeah that's what I was looking at.
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hello john i just tested it this morning when i got to work and it reads 8.9 Volts when it continues to fire after the button has been pressed. 
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The screen stopped working also when i was trying to put it back together. 
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could it be a tact switch and do you guys know where i can get a new screen. thank you
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could it be a tact switch and do you guys know where i can get a new screen. thank you


Modcrate DNA200 Replacement Screen

Most probably the printed button was the cause of it. Maybe too close to the onboard switch and got stuck between the front cover after pushing it?
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You can hear it click off and on though. Thank you for the link much appreciated.
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