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My peavey ul 115 bass bin will only work through its bi amp input. Why is this ?. The other one works fine but when I switch speakers I have the same problem. Can you help please ?..Thank you.

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  • coffeyg May 11, 2009

    Excellent work Dan. It was the crossover. Found a flaw in one of the solder joints. Well done and thanks.



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The bi-amp jacks bypass the internal crossover. You need to look at the crossover section and see if an internal protection fuse has blown or if hte crossover itself is smoked.

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