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If you have any cables from the effects inserts section of the board inserted, disconnect them. Check ALL sends levels. Check effects processor for L.E.D. signal. .(Assuming you are using the internal effects.)
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Peavey Music | Answered on Oct 23, 2019

Try to find a new board. Trust me, you are not going to fix it - there is a reason the traces and board are showing burn marks. Either scrap it or just buy another one. If you toss it cut the power cord off next to the chassis.

Peavey Music | Answered on Sep 30, 2019

Have it looked at - there is probably some chip that is burned out in the output section.

Peavey Music | Answered on Sep 30, 2019

if the wires are sodered on to yhe ends of the fuse you can carefully cut them right at the fuse but i would hold my sodering tip on the weld and pull the wire off when the solder melts. Unfortunatly you would have to solder a new fuse back in being realy,really carefull about how long u leave the heat on as it could cook the fuse Sounds like a job for a repairman as you dont want to be frying anything else or altering a good amp and if they screw it up they have to take care of it. please let me know how it goes,im curious.

Peavey Music | Answered on Sep 27, 2019

It is possible that you have issues with caps in the power supply...I would check those first...and you can get the schematics from Peavey....

Peavey Music | Answered on Sep 27, 2019

Contact Peavey...They have no problem in releasing technical documentation....I always get info from Peavey...

Peavey Music | Answered on Sep 24, 2019

Hi Elijah, check that you have assigned the channels to a SubMaster to the Master and that they are not in MUTE

Hola Elijah, controla que tengas asignado los canales a un SubMaster al Master y que no se encuentren en MUTE

Peavey Music | Answered on Sep 04, 2019

bad tubes. pull 1 at a time and power on. make sure speaker load is connected always.

Peavey Valveking... | Answered on Aug 21, 2019

If you are a competent electronics engineer with service information and access to Peavey spares, they are an easy fix otherwise they will not be easy.

Peavey Music | Answered on Aug 14, 2019

There are a lot of possible problem areas it could be. I would first check that the speaker is working correctly. If so, I'd clean all jacks and pots. If that doesn't do it, it'll be time to take it to the shop.

Peavey Music | Answered on Jun 22, 2019

I would think you can if the amp is rated for 4 ohms but the 4 ohm might be loader then the 8 ohm because it will get more power.

Peavey Music | Answered on Jun 09, 2019

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