Did you trim the wire on the dc splitter so the protruding ends on the solder side aren’t making contact with the nut?
The wires dangling one comes from the TWILL PCB and the other is the PCB of the M800. Which when I first completed the build the Twill was grounded to the output jack and the M800 was grounded to the input jack.Let's recap what we saw/heard in the video. When you probe the bottom end of R3, which is supposed to be ground, you get the same signal as when you touch the input on the footswitch. How is your board grounded? I'm thinking it's not. I see a black wire dangling and another one going to a lug on the output connector, but I can't tell if it's the correct lug. Where is your audio probe grounded?
Twill works M800 Doesn't.And the problem with the M800 still exists? I'm trying to figure out how you got a tone in your audio probe when you touched the ground end of R3.
That's why It would be Good to see a Pic of the back of the Board!!!Little "m" is usually reserved for "milli," capital "M" signifies Meg. I'm gonna go out on a limb and assume you meant 0.976M as in 976K. No signal on Q1 drain, but drain has the correct DC voltage. Hmmmmm...
Maybe Q1's gate is shorted to ground or source? Measure resistance from Q1-G (pin 3), or the top end of R2, to ground.