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    Marshall PEDL-91016 replacement switches

    I am looking for a source of the 4 leg momentary surface mount switches used in the Marshall six button footswitch box PEDL-91016. The board is STMPW1-61-00 ISS 2. I swapped a worn out one from the channel that is mostly used (Ch 1) with the one that is hardly ever used (Ch 6). Ch 1 switch barely made a click, while Ch 6 made a nice clean audible click, so I know the others are going to wear out eventually, this guy gigs twice every weekend.

    I might be able to go thru my local music store Marshall dealer, but I KNOW they will rape me, (Marshall, not the store). I just paid $50 for a little 2 x 3" board with 5 plastic 1/4" speaker jacks soldered to it. Anyone know a source or a part #?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall View Post
    I am looking for a source of the 4 leg momentary surface mount switches used in the Marshall six button footswitch box PEDL-91016. The board is STMPW1-61-00 ISS 2. I swapped a worn out one from the channel that is mostly used (Ch 1) with the one that is hardly ever used (Ch 6). Ch 1 switch barely made a click, while Ch 6 made a nice clean audible click, so I know the others are going to wear out eventually, this guy gigs twice every weekend.

    I might be able to go thru my local music store Marshall dealer, but I KNOW they will rape me, (Marshall, not the store). I just paid $50 for a little 2 x 3" board with 5 plastic 1/4" speaker jacks soldered to it. Anyone know a source or a part #?
    Do you have measurements? and a pic.
    Look at these https://www.amazon.com/Cylewet-12x12...=fsclp_pl_dp_4

    These have measurements
    https://www.amazon.com/tactile-switc...=fsclp_pl_dp_6
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    Find an old dead VCR or old Digitec pedal they're used in them.
    Actually try Digitech, I got some from them years ago.

    I have several in all different sizes from old dead stereos VCR's etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drewl View Post
    Find an old dead VCR or old Digitec pedal they're used in them.
    Actually try Digitech, I got some from them years ago.

    I have several in all different sizes from old dead stereos VCR's etc.
    Those are DIP instead of SMD....

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    Sadly, I did not think to measure them, or get a photo, but they were pretty good sized for SMD. Possibly 12mm x 12mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall View Post
    Sadly, I did not think to measure them, or get a photo, but they were pretty good sized for SMD. Possibly 12mm x 12mm.
    The links I posted have a variety and the price is right and can be used for several repairs. I would probably choose the second link as there are SMD and DIP switches in there.

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    Are these the same switches as used in the Line 6 pedals, like the DL-4 ?

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    Which can be mounted on top by trimming the legs.

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    And have you skimmed through the huge selection of "tactile switches" at Mouser?

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    I just watched a video of a DL4 switch replacement, and they do look very similar, except those are thru board. Also, don't know if they are momentary or not.

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    DL4 switches are momentary

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