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To pjstokes.I have exactly the same set up as you and have experienced the same problem.
So far I have Changed The Bulbs inside the tops and also replaced the thermal fuses on the soundguard circuits (which are inside the 6XT tops) but still have the problem. Only when the cabs are driven hard do they stop working, no problems at low volume. Peavey don't have a solution.
I think maybe some of the other components have blown but I don't know which ones.
If anyone knows a solution please post it here.
If you have a pair, swap the woofers. If the other one works in the cabinet, then it's definitely the speaker. If it doesn't, then you've likely got a problem with the crossover inside the unit. I believe you can get a replacement crossover from Peavey. If it's the speaker, google speaker re-coning in your area, as it's cheaper to re-cone the speaker than replace it.