Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a 12 year old peavey classic 30.PT has been replaced as the old one burnt out and tubes replaced but it makes absolutely no sound. tubes all heat up as they should. but i am not really sure where to start finding out what the problem is.
I'm not sure what "PT" is , but the heater voltage is separate from the other voltages required for this unit to function properly. Please note that with tube systems, there are voltages in the 300-400V range that can cause injury. If you do not have experience with tube based electronics, I would suggest that you bring this to a service center for repair.
Please update this with what you mean by "PT" and we'll continue from there.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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