Hi guys. So, I was going through all of my miscellaneous gear that I've tucked away and left to rot, or get better with age... Anyway, I came across two of my DigiTech pedals, the DigiDelay and the DigiVerb, both of which crapped out long ago. Having just had a phenominal experience with Peterson tech support on my Strobostomp, I decided to give DigiTech a jingle to see if there was some advice they could give me to try and fix the pedals. Their terse reply was, "call a service center." In contrast, Petersen sent me an email in less than 12 hours with some suggestions and then plopped a new circuit board in the mail for me to try. Free. Anyway, I wanted to find out if y'all might know if there's a way to just get the finished circuit board for these DigiTech pedals? I don't want to send it to the service center and pay a $60 minimum on a pedal that costs $90 new. Secondarily, if any smart guys have any suggestions on how to test to see what is wrong with the pedals would be cool. I love to tinker and these things are already toast, so, what's the harm? Thanks!