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PV6 clip lights stay on

This problem is concerning a Peavey PV6 mixing console. When I turn on the power, all the clip lights come on and remain on. The user manual says that the lights are there to indicate when something is too hot but, they are all on even when no devices are connected to it. Plus, no sound is going through the board at all. I have tried every connection with several different devices and no sound is coming through. Is there a blown fuse or something that might be causing this problem? Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Frank Allik
    Frank Allik May 11, 2010

    Jan 15, 2009....thats awhile ago....have you takin everything out of line...unplugged everything except the power cord???


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You've lost one of the power supply rails. It needs to be repaired or replaced.

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