Hi folks. I was preparing a new emporium sale, looking through all the crap I don't use that I can sell to buy more cool crap, and good TGP'er that I am, I'm testing everything first to make sure it's all tip-top for my fellow gear whores. I plug in my old DOD 585-A analog delay (the early silver and blue version, looks like this one: http://www.bostonguitar.com/Merchan...oduct_Code=VE-DIGI-585A&Category_Code=VE-DIGI) and there is a substantial volume drop when it's in the signal path enough to know something is amiss. The volume drop is the same whether the effect is on or bypassed, and the effect works just fine. There are trim pots inside, but I didn't want to move them and screw something else up. Could it be a worn out component? Bad connection? Trim pot? The thing has definitely been tinkered with because the delay time knob increases as it's turned counterclockwise, while the other 2 knobs operate traditionally. I'm hoping this is something I can do myself. Help!